Charlie Shelton has represented debtors, creditors, trustees, buyers, and state agencies in bankruptcy cases with debtor assets ranging from zero to in excess of $1.5 billion. His industry experience includes breweries, oil & gas, retail, healthcare, and commercial real estate, among others. He also has extensive bankruptcy and commercial litigation experience and has obtained judgments on behalf of clients in excess of $37 million. His prior experience with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, which included representing the Texas Department of Insurance, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Railroad Commission and the Consumer Protection Division, makes him uniquely well-suited for clients facing regulatory concerns.
In addition to working with clients, he is a frequent speaker at bankruptcy and state bar conferences such as the Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference and the Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference and has published articles related to reducing costs of healthcare bankruptcies.