Alan E. Gamza

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Alan E. Gamza is Chair of Moses & Singer's Business Reorganization, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights practice group. He has been a partner at the firm since 1993 and has practiced in the area of creditors' rights and bankruptcy since 1984.

Alan advises Chapter 11 debtors in a broad spectrum of industries including retail, publishing, manufacturing, residential and commercial real estate development, brokerage, assisted care facilities, cogeneration, alternative energy development, equipment leasing, casino gaming and employee outsourcing. Several of these debtor representations included significant international aspects. He has also represented debtors in workouts outside of Chapter 11.

Alan  represented Creditors’ Committees in various industries including manufacturing, computer leasing, waste removal, automotive dealerships, retail, real estate and casino gaming.

Alan represented acquirors of assets in Chapter 11 cases through Plans of Reorganization and 363 asset sales. He has also represented acquirors of assets pursuant to Article 9 foreclosure sales. He has represented secured creditors, major shareholders, dominant unsecured creditors, DIP lenders, licensees, licensors, lessors, leasees and parties to development agreements in Chapter 11 cases. He has represented former partners (and others) in law firm bankruptcies.

Alan regularly represents indenture trustees, security and collateral agents and administrative agents in both domestic and international bankruptcy cases. He also has expertise in issues relating to Chapter 15 and foreign insolvencies.

Alan has been involved in dozens of major bankruptcy cases including Enron, Capmark, Refco, Calpine, St. Vincents, Madoff and Tribune. Alan has extensive experience in the interplay between intellectual property and bankruptcy law.

Presentations
  • "Retail Suppliers: Minimize Risk Pre-Bankruptcy; Maximize Recovery Post-Bankruptcy," Moses & Singer CLE Program, November 2011
Biography

Alan E. Gamza is Chair of Moses & Singer's Business Reorganization, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights practice group. He has been a partner at the firm since 1993 and has practiced in the area of creditors' rights and bankruptcy since 1984.

Alan advises Chapter 11 debtors in a broad spectrum of industries including retail, publishing, manufacturing, residential and commercial real estate development, brokerage, assisted care facilities, cogeneration, alternative energy development, equipment leasing, casino gaming and employee outsourcing. Several of these debtor representations included significant international aspects. He has also represented debtors in workouts outside of Chapter 11.

Alan  represented Creditors’ Committees in various industries including manufacturing, computer leasing, waste removal, automotive dealerships, retail, real estate and casino gaming.

Alan represented acquirors of assets in Chapter 11 cases through Plans of Reorganization and 363 asset sales. He has also represented acquirors of assets pursuant to Article 9 foreclosure sales. He has represented secured creditors, major shareholders, dominant unsecured creditors, DIP lenders, licensees, licensors, lessors, leasees and parties to development agreements in Chapter 11 cases. He has represented former partners (and others) in law firm bankruptcies.

Alan regularly represents indenture trustees, security and collateral agents and administrative agents in both domestic and international bankruptcy cases. He also has expertise in issues relating to Chapter 15 and foreign insolvencies.

Alan has been involved in dozens of major bankruptcy cases including Enron, Capmark, Refco, Calpine, St. Vincents, Madoff and Tribune. Alan has extensive experience in the interplay between intellectual property and bankruptcy law.

Presentations
  • "Retail Suppliers: Minimize Risk Pre-Bankruptcy; Maximize Recovery Post-Bankruptcy," Moses & Singer CLE Program, November 2011
Education
  • Boston University School of Law (J.D.)
  • Lehigh University (B.S.)
Bar/Court Admissions
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York