Trey Monsour is a shareholder in the Houston and Dallas offices. He has nearly 30 years of extensive insolvency, restructuring, commercial bankruptcy, and workout experience, and counsels debtors, committees, indenture trustees, lenders, private equity, landlords, working interest and royalty owners, strategic and financial buyers, and equity holders.
With a business background, Trey has been actively involved in cases in the retail, restaurant, supplier, manufacturing, health care and energy sectors. Trey has served as national restructuring counsel for a global Fortune 100 corporation. In addition, Trey regularly serves as a court appointed mediator for bankruptcy disputes.
Trey is the sole author of the LexisNexis “Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Module” for Lexis Practice Advisor launched in 2012 and the “Lender Liability Module” launched in 2018. His analyses on the automatic stay and preferences and fraudulent transfers were recognized in Law360 as one of the top ten most popular reads in years 2013, 2014, and 2015 of all the analyses published in those years by Law360. Trey has been recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Lawyers in America in the areas of bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation for the last six consecutive years.
Trey served two consecutive years as course director of the State Bar of Texas Advance Business Bankruptcy Conference and has served five consecutive years as an upper-level student mentor at the University of Houston Law Center. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and was asked to join the Board of Directors for the William P. Hobby School of Public Affairs at the University of Houston.