Mr. Lander is an Officer in the Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy Practice Group. He has extensive experience in the representation of secured creditors, mortgagees, unsecured creditors, debtors and unsecured creditors' committees in out-of-court workouts, Chapter 11 reorganizations and enforcement of creditors' rights. He also represents purchasers of businesses in financial distress. He lectures nationally and has authored dozens of articles including chapters on agribusiness finance, business loan workouts and bankruptcy in four major treatises.
- "Through the looking glass of preference recovery reform," Southern Business Journal (October 3, 2012).
- "Much Ado (And Much Expense) About Nothing: It's Time to Reduce the Scope of Preference Recovery from Noninsiders.", Norton Bankruptcy Adviser (November 2011).
- Dismissal of hundreds of preference demands on corn farmers in the Midwest
- Successful sale of Major Casino assets through Chapter 11 sale
- Purchase of key businesses in financial distress
- Represented financial institutions in major recoveries
- Represented business debtors in beneficial negotiations of debt
- Top 50 Missouri/Kansas SuperLawyer
- Best Lawyers in America for over 20 years
- Missouri Bar: Top Bankruptcy Lawyer Award
- Missouri Bar: Pro Bono Award
- Humanitarian of the Year