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Colleen’s practice focuses on representing creditors’ committees, individual creditors, debtors, liquidating trustees, and other interested parties in complex Chapter 11 cases and related adversarial proceedings.
Colleen has served as a team member in such Chapter 11 matters as the Creditors’ Committees for GNC, Maines Paper & Food Service, Knotel, the Diocese of Camden, Fred’s, and Murray Metallurgical Coal Holdings. She has also represented plan administrators and liquidating trustees in cases such as Vitamin Oldco Holdings, Inc., Maines Paper & Food Service, and Fred’s, as well as securities plaintiffs in the bankruptcy proceedings of Public Gas & Electric, Mallinckrodt, Windstream, and Frontier.
Colleen is a former term clerk to the Hon. Rosemary Gambardella of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.
Prior to joining Lowenstein, she was an associate at a New Jersey-based law firm, where her practice included commercial litigation matters involving intellectual property issues, the Consumer Fraud Act, fraudulent transfers, breach of contract disputes, and emergent proceedings seeking temporary restraints and injunctions for clients in pharmaceuticals, real estate, retail, and other sectors.