Mr. Drebsky concentrates on commercial and bankruptcy litigation and is often retained for his skills as a negotiator. He also handles acquisitions and sales of companies in Chapter 11, as well as nonbankruptcy workouts and reorganizations.
Mr. Drebsky has acted as bankruptcy counsel to A.H. Robins Company in its reorganization proceeding in the Eastern District of Virginia. As lead counsel to Coral Petroleum, Inc., a privately held oil trading and refining company with annual sales/revenues of $5 billion, Mr. Drebsky handled the company’s reorganization and defended the company in litigation with the Department of Energy. Mr. Drebsky also represented Tudor II Associates, a series of limited real estate partnerships that purchased several large commercial properties from a Chapter 1 debtor, and has represented the debtors in a series of real estate bankruptcies involving forty-one hotel properties, the primary secured creditor in the Columbia Hospital for Women reorganization in Washington, and creditors in several reorganizations, including Enron, WorldCom, and ANC.
Through his creditor work, Mr. Drebsky has gained particular experience in insurance litigation. He has represented the Home Insurance Company in several mass tort bankruptcies, including the Manville Corporation, Celotex, J.T. Thorpe Dana Corporation, and Dow Corning. Mr. Drebsky has also represented clients in several telecommunication reorganizations, including Mobile Media and USN.
Mr. Drebsky also has wide experience in major commercial and antitrust litigation, including representing the Associated Press, Automatic Data Processing, and Mylan Laboratories.