Curtis Crowther

Curtis J. Crowther


Curtis J. Crowther


  • Overview


    Curtis Crowther has substantial experience in bankruptcy litigation, contested matters and adversary proceedings, including both prosecuting and defending fraudulent transfer and preference litigation in bankruptcy courts. In addition, he is experienced in many areas of commercial and civil litigation, including litigation involving ERISA, trusts & estates, employment, construction, consumer law and warranties, contracts, commercial collections, real estate and general commercial and business-related litigation and alternative dispute resolution. 

    Curtis represents the interests of his clients from pre-litigation counseling and strategy development through the trial and appeal processes. He has appeared in, and argued a variety of matters before all of the courts in Delaware, including: Supreme Court, Court of Chancery, Superior Court, Court of Common Pleas, Justice of the Peace Court, United States District Court, Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Bankruptcy Court, as well as federal courts in Pennsylvania and around the country.

    Curtis has significant experience as an advocate in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), utilizing ADR procedures such as mediation or arbitration to avoid or reduce the costs that can be associated with protracted litigation, as well as assisting his clients in devising and implementing ADR plans and strategies. He is also a recipient of the Delaware Superior Court’s Certificate in Advanced Mediation Training and is certified as a mediator by the Delaware Superior Court.

  • Experience
    • Professional Associations

      Professional Associations

      American Bar Association
      Litigation, ADR and Business Law Sections

      Delaware Bar Association
      ADR Section (Secretary, October 2015–April 2016; Vice Chair, April 2016-April 2017
    • Community Involvement

      Community Involvement

      Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc.

      Delaware Limited Pro Bono Assistance Program