John C. Goodchild, III


John C. Goodchild, III is an experienced trial lawyer focusing on disputes arising from fraud, misconduct, financial distress, and restructuring. He defends actions brought by bankruptcy trustees, receivers, and liquidators asserting breach of fiduciary duty, aiding and abetting, fraudulent transfer, subordination, and preference. He represents financial institutions, fiduciaries, and professionals in matters concerning alleged breach of duty to consumers, investors, beneficiaries, and clients. He leads cases involving US and non-US investment funds, enterprise and asset valuation, land use and condemnation, and auditing and accounting.