Moore & Van Allen PLLC
Gabriel Mathless advises both creditor and company-side clients in corporate bankruptcies, out-of-court restructurings, M&A transactions involving troubled companies, and other distressed situations. He also routinely represents financial institutions, as lenders and agents, in connection with secured lending transactions and intercreditor issues.
Gabriel has represented clients in a broad array of industries, including retail, healthcare, restaurant, manufacturing, technology, agriculture, and transportation. He routinely represents financial institutions in the restructuring of troubled credits, both in and out of court, and has extensive experience negotiating and documenting loan workout agreements, including amendments to troubled credit facilities, forbearance agreements, debt-for-equity swaps, and master restructuring agreements, as well as post-petition financing facilities. Gabriel also has considerable experience representing strategic investors and key stakeholders in connection with sales of distressed companies and other assets—both in and out of court.
Gabriel received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and his B.A. from the University of Michigan.