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GABRIELLE ALBERT

of counsel
direct: (530) 902 2560
EDUCATION:
  • University of California, Berkeley, B.A. 1994
  • UCLA School of Law, J.D. 1997
ADMISSIONS:
  • California, Northern and Central Districts
  • Colorado
BIOGRAPHY

Gabrielle Albert advises clients in all aspects of corporate bankruptcy cases. She has represented all significant constituencies, including debtors, creditors, creditors’ committees, landlords, indenture trustees and ad hoc committees. Her bankruptcy experience covers a variety of industries including retail chains, online merchants, oil and gas, utilities, and farming cooperatives. In addition, Ms. Albert has been a frequent guest lecturer at the University of California, Davis on bankruptcy for undergraduates.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Law Clerk, Honorable Thomas B. Donovan

United States Bankruptcy Court,

Central District of California

(1997-1998)

Keller Benvenutti Kim LLP
Associate
(2020 – present)

U.S. Bankruptcy Courts

Legal Specialist

(2005-2008)

U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Colorado

Law Clerk

(2013-2014)

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Bankruptcy Attorney

(2009-2009)

Danning Gill Diamond & Kollitz, LLP

Associate

(1998-2000)

Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP

Associate/Of Counsel

(2000-2005)

Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP

Of Counsel

(2010-2013)

UpShot Services LLC

Senior Advisor

(2014-2015)

Representative engagements
  • In re Blockbuster LLC, USBC, S.D. N.Y. – represented ad hoc committee of movie studios in chapter 11 reorganization

  • In re Movie Gallery Inc., USBC, E.D. VA – represented ad hoc committee of movie studios which transformed into representation of creditors’ committee in chapter 11 reorganization

  • In re Freedom Communications, Inc., USBC, D. Del – represented chairperson of official committee of unsecured creditors in reorganization of Orange County, California newspaper chain

  • Trident Microsystems (Far East), Ltd., USBC, D. Del – represented creditors’ committee in chapter 11 case

  • In re Webvan Group, USBC, D. Del – represented internet-based grocery delivery service in chapter 11

  • In re Tri-Valley Growers, USBC, N.D. Cal – represented farmers’ cooperative whose brands included S&W through chapter 11 reorganization and sale

  • In re Landels Ripley & Diamond LLP, USBC, N.D. Cal – represented law firm in chapter 11 winddown

  • In re Pacific Gas & Electric Company, USBC, N.D. Cal (2001) – represented parent company, PG&E Corporation, in chapter 11 reorganization

 
 

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