Mr. Dunlap has practiced law for over 30 years. Throughout his career, Mr. Dunlap has advised and represented numerous financial institutions in defense of lender liability claims, debt restructures and workouts, litigation to enforce debt repayment, the protection of creditor rights in bankruptcies, asset sales and other lending and security rights matters. He has litigated numerous cases involving the Louisiana Credit Agreement Statute, La. R.S. 6:1121, and the Louisiana Financial Records Disclosure Law, La. R.S. 6:333, and routinely advises lenders on the application of, and compliance with, such provisions. He has defended lenders and others in class action suits involving lender liability, federal RICO claims, and trespass and right-of-way issues. Mr. Dunlap also provides legal services interpreting, litigating, and drafting loan agreements, mortgages, security agreements, notes, forbearance agreements and other transactional documents tailored to the particular deal. Mr. Dunlap has extensive experience in general commercial litigation involving tort, contract, real estate, corporate and banking law. Mr. Dunlap also has an active oil & gas practice involving litigation and transactional work related to mineral leasing, royalty claims, seismic data licensing, and oil field services and has used that experience to advise lenders on oil & gas related lending and litigation.