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Brittany Clark supports teams representing creditors' committees, individual creditors, debtors, liquidating trustees, and other interested parties in complex Chapter 11 cases and related adversarial proceedings.
Recent creditors’ committee cases in which Brittany has been involved include Nogin, Inc., Williams Industrial Services Group, NBG Home, Pegasus Home Fashions, Benefytt Technologies, Inc., Tuesday Morning Corporation, and Vital Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (dba Bang Energy). She has also assisted in the representation of tort claimant committees in the Diocese of Camden and Roman Catholic Bishop of Oakland bankruptcy cases.
A former Lowenstein Summer Associate, Brittany previously interned for the Hon. Alan S. Trust, Chief Bankruptcy Judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of New York.
Brittany’s other noteworthy experience includes her work as a New York City Bar Diversity Fellow and law clerk at Citizens Financial Group, where she assisted in drafting proxy statements and made recommendations to the shareholder relationship committee on supermajority voting requirements, exclusive forums, and boardroom diversity.
While pursuing her J.D., Brittany was a member of her law school’s Bankruptcy Advocacy Clinic, where she supported indigent clients filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 petitions.