Brigette G. McGrath

Brigette is a partner in ASK’s corporate bankruptcy practice. She represents debtors, creditors, and estate fiduciaries in bankruptcy and insolvency matters throughout the US.

Brigette’s experience covers a wide range of sectors, including retail, commodities, energy, food, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and technology. Some of her significant debtor and estate fiduciary representations include In re Sears Holding Corporation; In re APP Winddown, LLC (fka American Apparel, LLC); In re Dean Foods Company; In re Verity Health System of California; In re Patriot National, Inc.; In re RS Legacy Corporation (fka Radioshack Corporation); In re WP Steel Ventures; In re Exide Holdings, Inc.; and In re LHI Liquidation Co., Inc. (fka Loehmann’s Holdings, Inc.). Brigette also represents creditors in high profile bankruptcy cases such as In re Purdue Pharma, L.P., In re Lordstown Motors Corp., In re Rockport Company, LLC, In re Vice Group Holding, Inc., In re David’s Bridal, LLC, and In re Diamond Sports Group, LLC. In addition, she regularly represents Ryder System, Inc. as a creditor in various bankruptcy cases across the US.


Nova Southeastern University, J.D.

University of Miami, B.B.A. in Political Science


Florida, New Jersey, New York

United States District Courts for the Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, District of New Jersey, Southern District of Florida, Middle District of Florida, and Northern District of Florida


Member of the Board of Directors for the Florida Chapter of the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC)

CLE and Presentations

Litigating the Ordinary Court of Business Defense in Preference Actions: What is Ordinary, and How Do You Prove It?, Southern Bankruptcy Law Institute Conference, April 2017


New York Law Journal, Jul 14, 2023
Did the SBRA Really Change Much for Preference Litigation?

ABI Journal, Apr 9, 2015
Second Circuit Prioritizes Plain Language of the Bankruptcy Code over Comity Principles


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