Prior Engagements

✦ Manages operations of the wind down of Durango Georgia
Paper Company. Prior to filing for bankruptcy, the Company
had annual revenues of $270 million and produced a variety of paper products.

✦ Managed operations of the Wind Down Team for Recoton
Corporation, which prior to bankruptcy was a $650 million distributor of consumer electronics.

✦ Member of a Strategic Assessment Team that evaluated Hunt Valve, a supplier of equipment to the US Navy with annual revenue of approximately $40 million.

✦ Member of a Crisis Management Team for Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, a multi‐billion dollar operator of refineries and a wholesale and retail distributor of petroleum and convenience products.

✦ Member of the Debtor Financial Advisory Team for InaCom
Corporation, a $5.9 billion reseller of computer services and
hardware. He was responsible for the management, analysis and prosecution of over 100 preference actions with a face value in excess of $200 million.

✦ Managed the wind down of American Fire Protection Group
Inc. after an asset sale and foreclosure for the benefit of the
senior secured lenders.

✦ Assisted Debtor in the Bankruptcy, Nichols Excavation, in
financial analysis and profit projection allowing them to exit
bankruptcy with the ownership of the managing owners preserved.

✦ Assisted Marcal Paper Official Creditors Committee as a
financial analyst. Provided comprehensive analyses of Debtor
and company valuation.

✦ Assisted various teams in the evaluation of preference actions including: Conseco Finance Corporation, a sub‐prime lender and servicer of mortgage portfolios with assets of approximately $25 billion with potential preference actions with a face value of approximately $74 million, Wickes Inc., a $450 million supplier of building materials to the construction and home building industry with potential preference actions with a face value of $98 million, and James River Coal, Inc., a $200 million annual revenue coal mining company with approximately 1,400 employees with potential preference actions with a face value of $55 million.