Rosalie E. Gray


Rosalie Gray retired from the partnership on December 31, 2014. Ms. Gray was a member of the firm's Finance Department and Restructuring & Special Situations Practice. She concentrated on Chapter 11 representations, primarily on behalf of debtors, but also on behalf of secured and unsecured creditors, shareholders, and third-party acquirors. Ms. Gray also advised clients in a variety of sectors, including retailing, manufacturing, mortgage lending, shipping, oil and gas exploration and production, wholesale drug distribution, communications, entertainment, commercial real estate, and financial institutions.

Ms. Gray's experience includes managing large Chapter 11 cases, advising the debtors' senior management, coordinating the debtors' various professional restructuring resources, and supervising the debtors' teams of attorneys. She has been recognized for her knowledge of the Chapter 11 process, from complex global strategies to basic nuts-and-bolts issues, and for delivering efficiencies in the conduct of Chapter 11 cases that benefit the debtor and all constituencies.


  • Education
    • JD, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, 1982
      Utah Law Review, Articles Editor
    • BA, University of Utah, 1977
      Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; magna cum laude
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