Jeremy H. Rothstein


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Professional Experience

Jeremy H. Rothstein is a Partner with G&B Law, LLP. Mr. Rothstein’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and business litigation. Before joining G&B, Jeremy worked for a large international law firm in New York and a mid-size firm in Santa Monica, CA.

Jeremy’s bankruptcy practice focuses on Chapter 11 cases for small and mid-size businesses. He has represented debtors, asset purchasers, creditors’ committees, and secured and unsecured creditors in cases across a wide range of industries. Jeremy prides himself on developing practical, creative solutions that achieve client goals and win the support of other stakeholders.

Jeremy’s business litigation practice includes business divorces, allegations of fraud, and all kinds of contract disputes. He helps each client develop a litigation strategy and tell their story in a clear and compelling manner.

Representative Matters

As lead bankruptcy counsel, represented a commercial laundry counsel in the sale of substantially all assets through Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

As co-trial counsel, defended a hotelier from a $10 million suit brought by a former business partner. After a three-week trial, the client defeated the suit and prevailed his own counterclaim.

Represented the holder of a fourth deed of trust in defeating two adversary proceedings brought by a Chapter 11 debtor, ultimately achieving nearly full payment of principal, interest, and attorney’s fees.

Represented a nationwide unofficial committee of barbershop franchisees in the Chapter 7 bankruptcy case of their franchisor. The franchisees purchased intellectual property of the franchisor, allowing them to move forward in control of their own destinies.


Associate Editor, Fordham Law Review

  • J.D., cum laude, Fordham Law School, 2013
  • B.A. magna cum laude, Boston University, 2008
  • State of California
  • State of New York
  • United States District Courts for the Central District of California and Southern District of New York
  • Time to Reorganize: Changes to the Bankruptcy Code for Small Businesses, Valley Lawyer, December 2019
  • Illinois Bankruptcy Court Sets Low Bar for Equitable Subordination of Insider Loan (with Michael Klein), Journal of Corporate Renewal, October 2016
  • Track Me Maybe: The Fourth Amendment and the Use of Cell Phone Tracking to Facilitate Arrest, Fordham Law Review, 2013