David Coar Esq.

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Coar, David

David Coar served as U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Illinois for 16 years and as a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for eight years. From 1979-82, he served as the first U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee in the Northern District of Illinois. As Associate Professor of Law at DePaul University College of Law, Judge Coar taught courses on ethics, corporations, corporate finance, constitutional law, labor law, and professional responsibility. As a practicing lawyer, Judge Coar represented private plaintiffs in the case that determined how Title VII impacted the merger of previously segregated lines of progression in the steel industry.

As a U.S. District Judge, he has tried and settled hundreds of cases involving the full array of matters subject to federal jurisdiction including class action Multi District Litigation, complex corporate, commercial, employment, intellectual property, mass tort, and securities cases. Maintaining a special interest in automation within the courts, he was a member of the Information Technology Committee, heading the Budget Subcommittee. Prior to being appointed to the District Court, Judge Coar was appointed a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge in 1986, where he oversaw large corporate reorganization and bankruptcy cases.

In 1979, pursuant to the newly enacted Bankruptcy Code, Judge Coar became one of 10 U.S. Trustees in the country, under a pilot program established within the U.S. Department of Justice. In that capacity, he monitored cases and appointed and supervised trustees and examiners in bankruptcy proceedings.

Judge Coar received his B.A. from Syracuse University, his J.D. from Loyola University Law School, and his LL.M. from Harvard Law School.

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