Representative Matters

Trevor Mosby advises clients—namely financial institutions and creditors—on a wide range of financial services matters. With extensive experience in bankruptcy litigation, he helps clients navigate issues such as adequate protection of collateral, lien ranking, terminating automatic stays, foreclosure, and discharge. Trevor also counsels clients on restructuring debt and negotiating terms of reorganization with debtors.

Before joining Hinshaw, Trevor practiced with a firm in Alexandria, Louisiana. While there, he represented creditors and financial institutions in all chapters of bankruptcy.

Trevor also gained invaluable experience through a number of internships. In addition to working at a personal injury law firm, he was a judicial intern for Judge Douglas D. Dodd, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Louisiana and Judge Donald Johnson in the Nineteenth Judicial District. Trevor also served as a legal intern at the Neighborhood Association Corporation of America. During his tenure, Trevor led a team in coordinating a consumer advocacy campaign supporting victims of predatory lending practices.

As a student, Trevor was involved in a number of activities and associations including the Trial Advocacy Board and the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Program. He was also the Junior Editor of the Journal of Race, Gender & Poverty and served as the Treasurer of the Sports & Entertainment Law Association.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Greater New Orleans Martinet Legal Society
  • Louisiana State Bar Association

Honors & Awards

  • Southern University Law Center
    • Dean's List

Representative Matters

  • Represented creditor regional utility company facing allegations that it received over $200,000 in prohibited preferential asset transfers from a debtor hospital prior to a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. After filing an extensive summary judgment motion and evidence, negotiated voluntary dismissal of the case.
  • Represented creditor global parts manufacturer in a dispute over a $700,000 debt challenged by a Chapter 11 bankruptcy Debtor. After the case converted to a Chapter 7 and stalled for some time, negotiated a settlement and compromise between the client, debtor, and trustee resulting in full payment to the client parts manufacturer.
  • Represented regional bank as senior lienholder in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Negotiated a loan workout with additional security for the bank, and voluntary dismissal of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
  • Represented creditor global auto manufacturer in numerous consumer and business bankruptcy matters. Negotiated adequate protection agreements and loan workouts, and secured termination of the automatic stay and foreclosure authorization in contested matters.


Trevor enjoys attending music festivals, spending time with friends and family, and loves Cajun food and Tex Mex Cuisine.

J.D., cum laude, Southern University Law Center, 2018

M.A., Sam Houston State University, 2013

B.B.A., Lamar University, 2009