Brad Hunsicker is a member of Markus Williams Young & Hunsicker, LLC and manages the firm’s Cheyenne, Wyoming office. He concentrates his practice on sophisticated business and individual bankruptcies, bankruptcy appellate work, loan workouts and restructurings, creditors’ rights, receiverships, commercial litigation and business law matters. His experience includes broad representation of debtors/borrowers and lenders, particularly in the energy and agricultural sectors. Brad has successfully litigated issues relating to cash collateral, relief from the automatic stay, motions to appoint a trustee, motions to convert bankruptcy cases, nondischargeability actions, preference claims, fraudulent transfers, contested confirmation proceedings and other complex contested matters. Brad also has significant bankruptcy appellate experience. In addition, his practice includes representation of court-appointed receivers, foreign representatives, and bankruptcy trustees.

In re US Realm Powder River, LLC – Represent chapter 11 debtor-in-possession.  Debtor holds significant mineral leases and owns coal-bed methane gas wells in the Powder River Basin.

In re Cuda Energy Inc. et al. – Represented foreign representative in a chapter 15 cross-border bankruptcy proceeding involving the sale of oil and gas assets.

In re Mountain States Rosen LLC – Represented chapter 11 debtor-in-possession.  Debtor owned and operated a meat packing facility in Greeley, CO.  Debtor’s assets were successfully liquidated through a chapter 11 sale process. 

In re Twiford Enterprises, Inc. – Represented principal secured lender involving a cow-calf operation.  Obtained confirmation of creditor’s chapter 11 liquidating plan.

In re Vester Investments, LLC – – Represented chapter 11 debtor-in-possession in case involving a debtor whose primary assets were substantial securities held in investment accounts.

In re Powell Valley Health Care, Inc. – Represented chapter 11 debtor-in-possession.  Debtor (non-profit corporation) operates an acute healthcare facility in rural Wyoming.  Obtained confirmation of a chapter 11 plan of reorganization.  

In re Dennis Danzik – Represented largest unsecured creditor through multiple serial chapter 11 and 7 filings.  Obtained $7,000,000 nondischargeable judgment. 

In re Leonard Owen Mosher – Creditor’s counsel for creditor asserting claims for fraud, embezzlement and willful and malicious injury. Successful in obtaining nondischargeable judgment and converting case from chapter 11 to chapter 7.

In re US Bentonite, Inc., et al. – Represented chapter 11 debtors-in-possession in successful liquidation of debtor’s assets for $4,250,000.   

In re Red Eagle Oil, Inc. – Represented chapter 11 debtors-in-possession in successful liquidation of debtor’s assets for $9,400,000.     

In re Western Biomass Energy, LLC – Represented chapter 11 debtor-in-possession in successful liquidation of debtor’s assets

In re MTR, LLC – Represented chapter 11 debtor-in-possession (single asset real estate), a real estate holding company.  Plan confirmed. 

In re Hildebrand – Represented individual chapter 11 debtor-in-possession, an owner/operator of a licensed chiropractic center in Wyoming.  Plan confirmed.

Consumer Bankruptcy Basics for Non-Bankruptcy Practitioners.  Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting and Judicial Conference, September 2021.  

Third Party Releases.  Turnaround Management Association – Denver Chapter, September 2021. 

A New Tool in the Debtor’s Toolbox in Light of the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 and the Cares Act.  Laramie County Bar Association, March 2021.  

Brass Tacks of an Initial Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Consultation.  Wyoming State Bar, Bankruptcy Law Section, May 2019

Getting Thrown in the Ring with the Trustee – How to Properly Defend Your Client Against the Trustee’s Avoidance Powers Under the Bankruptcy Code. Wyoming State Bar, Bankruptcy Law Section, March 2018

Panelist at the 23rd Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference: Health Care and Nonprofits in Crisis: Is Bankruptcy the Cure? How to Properly Diagnose and Treat Troubled Health Care Businesses and Nonprofits

Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Section of the Wyoming State Bar, Past-Chair

Wyoming Bankruptcy Court Local Rules Committee, Member

American Bankruptcy Institute, Member

University of Wyoming, College of Law, J.D., 2009

University of Wyoming, B.S., Business Administration, Spanish Minor, 2002

Winship & Winship, PC (Associate Attorney) – Casper, Wyoming

Wyoming Department of Education (School Finance Consultant) – Cheyenne, Wyoming

areas of concentration

Bankruptcy and Restructuring

Creditors’ Rights


Commercial Litigation

Appellate Advocacy

Awards and Recognition

Super Lawyers 2022


Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals

Tenth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel



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