Jane A. Gerber focuses her practice on restructuring and insolvency. She advises clients from the healthcare, consumer finance, automotive, restaurant and food retail, employment and real estate sectors in Chapter 11 proceedings, related adversary proceedings, distressed asset sales and state court matters.
Prior to joining McDermott, Jane clerked for Chief Judge Barbara J. Houser in the bankruptcy court for the Northern District of Texas and Judge Bill P. Parker in the bankruptcy court for the Eastern District of Texas, and interned for Chief Judge Brenda T. Rhoades in the bankruptcy court for the Eastern District of Texas.
Prior to law school, Jane was a due diligence professional for a real estate company that formed and operated real estate investment trusts, limited partnerships and tenant-in-common programs. She managed broker-dealer and third-party inquiries for seventeen securities offerings comprising more than $11 billion in real estate. Jane also held FINRA Licenses 7 and 63 during her tenure with the company.
During law school, Jane was Managing Editor of the Washington University Global Studies Law Review.
Washington University in St. Louis, JD, 2014
Wellesley College, BA, First Year Distinction, 2003
Courts/Agencies US District Court for the Northern District of Texas
US District Court for the Southern District of Texas
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
US District Court for the Western District of Texas
US Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas
US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas
US Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Texas
US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas
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