John A. Dunn is an associate in the Litigation department of Hughes Hubbard & Reed's New York office. His practice includes a wide range of work on complex bankruptcy and antitrust matters and related litigation. John's bankruptcy experience includes extensive work on the Securities Investor Protection Act liquidation of the business of Lehman Brothers Inc., including resolving general unsecured creditor claims and coordinating distributions of approximately $8 billion to thousands of estate creditors.
John's antitrust experience includes work for a variety of domestic and international clients in government investigations, including responding to subpoena requests and completing required filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act.
John also maintains an active and varied pro bono practice, representing clients in family court, housing court, the Supreme Court of the State of New York, and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. John currently serves on the Associates Advisory Board of Legal Services NYC.
While attending Harvard Law School, John served on the board of the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project, which offers representation to incarcerated individuals facing prison disciplinary proceedings. As a member of the Harvard International Human Rights Clinic, John participated in ongoing research regarding use of force standards and compliance with international law by the United States Armed Forces.
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Legal Services NYC Top 25 Associates of 2015
New York State Bar Association’s Empire State Counsel Award