About Jane A. Gerber
Jane A. Gerber is an Insolvency and Restructuring associate in the firm’s Dallas office. She has significant judicial experience and represents companies in Chapter 11 proceedings, related adversary proceedings, distressed asset sales, as well as state court matters. Jane has represented and advised companies in a wide range of industries including health care, consumer finance, automotive, employment services and real estate.
Significant experience in judicial law and business
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. She also participated in the Summer Honors Program at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment Management in Washington, DC and the Division of Enforcement in Fort Worth, Texas. Additionally, Jane interned with 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 inquires 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.
- Debtor’s counsel to a continuing care retirement community, reaching a successful forbearance agreement with its lender and plan confirmation. *
- Debtor’s counsel to an employment services company in a successful sale of assets satisfying all secured debt and confirmation of a liquidating plan. *
- Debtor’s counsel to a national health care management company in a successful sale of assets and confirmation of a liquidating plan. *