"As a former business owner, I understand the importance of a healthy balance sheet. As a legal advisor, I help clients resolve the conflicts that can put a strong financial position at risk."
Britt’s practice focuses on representing debtors, creditors, and Chapter 7 Trustees in all aspects of the bankruptcy process, and advising clients regarding financial restructuring. Her practice also includes corporate litigation, contracts, licensing agreements, and creditors' rights.
While earning her law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law, Britt served as a volunteer at the Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service where she argued a case before writ panel of the Virginia Supreme Court. Britt gained additional experience with the judicial system as a judicial intern for the Magistrate Judge at the United States District Court for the Eastern District, commonly known as the Rocket Docket.
Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law, 2022-2024
Named to “Legal Elite” (Bankruptcy Creditors Rights), Virginia Business, 2020-2022
Representation of Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 debtors, trustees, liquidating trustees, and trust administrators in a variety of industries in cases including: Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Inc., Victor M. Dandridge, III, Lowery’s Seafood Restaurant, Inc., Ann Taylor/Retail Group, Inc., J Crew/Chinos Holdings, Inc., A.G. Dillard, Inc., and Branches of Life
Representation of creditor’s committees in chapter 11 cases including Ann Taylor/Ascena Retail Group, Inc., J Crew/Chinos Holdings, Inc., Alpha Media, Inc., Paper Source, Inc., Body Renew Winchester, Inc., and Simbeck, Inc.
Representation of creditors and other parties-in-interest in chapter 11, 13, and 7 matters including Guitar Center Holdings, Inc., Gemstone Solutions Group, Inc., and Tuesday Morning Corporation.
Representation of chapter 7 trustees in cases involving asset sales and pursuit of avoidance actions.
Representation of all parties-in-interest in out-of-court restructurings and liquidations.
Represented Chapter 7 Trustee to recover estate funds from the Debtor's ex-wife. Terry v. Paschall (In re Paschall), 403 B.R. 366 (Bankr. E.D. Va. 2009)
Achieved six-figure settlement in contract dispute mediation
Routinely involved in bench and jury trials
- Hirschler Grows Best Lawyers in America Recognitions to 46 Attorneys, Two Honored as “Lawyers of the Year” and Nine as “Ones to Watch”08.17.2023
- Brittany Falabella Quoted in Richmond BizSense Article Regarding Her Bankruptcy Client, Office Interiors of Virginia04.26.2023
- 36 Hirschler Lawyers Named Among Best Lawyers in America, Three Honored As "Lawyers of the Year" and Eight As "Ones to Watch"08.18.2022
- Virginia Business Magazine, 11.30.2020
- Britt Falabella to Speak at the VBA 24th Annual Bankruptcy Conference on a Panel with David Cox (Cox Law Group, Lynchburg) and Pete Zemanian (Zemanian Law Group, Norfolk) Titled, "Building Contractor’s in Trouble."05.12.2023
- Britt Falabella to Speak at VSB Annual Bankruptcy Practice Seminar on a Panel with the Honorable Brian Kenney (EDVA Bankruptcy Court - Alexandria) and Jonathan Vivona (Vivona Pandurangi, PLC) Titled, “Ethics: Privacy, Confidentiality and Redaction."03.10.2023
- Robbie Westermann and Britt Falabella Present “Vendors Selling on Credit to a Chapter 11 Debtor: Opportunities and Risks” – a Lorman Webinar.01.25.2023
- Amelia Island, FL, 07.24.2020
- Structured Dismissal: Another Creative Chapter 11 Exit Strategy Approved in the Eastern District of Virginia11.19.2021
- Falabella and Story Author “Subcontractor Strategies to Maximize Payment in Bankruptcy," Construction Executive07.29.2021
- Britt Falabella and Allison Klena Offer Fellow Bankruptcy Lawyers Advice on Getting Paid, ABI Journal05.27.2021
- The Small Business Reorganization Act May Be About To Get (Much) Smaller. The Time To Act Could Be Now.03.01.2021
Beyond the Law
Beyond the Law
Outside the office, Britt enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons, attending events and festivals, exploring the James with her Giant Schnoodle Louise, and discovering new restaurants throughout the Richmond area. When she has the time, you can find Britt in the kitchen creating sweet treats to please her insatiable sweet tooth. Though she shut down her wedding cake business in 2019, she continues to make sugar-filled creations for her boys, who both inherited her sweet tooth!
The Impact of COVID-19
The Impact of COVID-19
It may soon be a rare business enterprise that is able to insulate itself from the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. While we hope the economy will rebound once the pandemic begins to abate, until then, the Hirschler Restructuring and Creditors Rights Group stands ready to assist clients in addressing the financial challenges of these economically unsettled times.
Whether you are facing the loss or interruption of business, challenging financing relationships, the need to downsize or restructure, or other creditors’ rights issues, the Hirschler team will work with you toward a successful outcome.
Contact us to understand your options and devise a recovery strategy that protects your business and financial health.
Visit our COVID-19 Resource Center for continuing coverage of the financial impact of the pandemic.
- Judicial Student Intern, The Honorable M. Hannah Lauck, Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D.
- Order of the Coif
- Articles Editor, University of Richmond Law Review
- Nina R. Kestin Service Award
College of Charleston, B.A.
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Virginia
- U.S. Court of Appeals - Fourth Circuit