Gabriel T. Bluestone

Gabe Bluestone focuses his practice on representing domestic and foreign clients in resolving international trade, credit and related commercial disputes. Gabe’s practice focuses on commercial litigation and dispute resolution, in addition to transaction and financing advisory services.

He represents credit insurers, exporters, project finance stakeholders and global financial institutions in federal and state courts, and through alternative dispute resolution procedures such as arbitration and mediation.

In addition to his litigation and dispute resolution work, Gabe has experience in representing and advising creditors in a broad spectrum of contexts, including domestic and foreign bankruptcy, insolvency, and wind up proceedings, as well as trade finance by means of letters of credit, pledged property and alternative payment methods, both in the U.S. and abroad.

In representing export credit agencies around the world for trade defaults and credit disputes, Gabe has insights into the actions exporters and international creditors should take to protect themselves against problematic sales and customer relationships. Gabe also has experience structuring agreements to help mitigate against potentially troublesome transactions with customers around the globe. Gabe is involved in sourcing new client relationships and creating custom solutions for various types of domestic and cross-border transactions.

Gabe has published and been quoted in a variety of media outlets for business related legal issues, including: Huffington Post Live, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Hill and American Bar Association and NACM newsletters. In 2013, Gabe served on a panel on international credit and payment methods at the Finance Credit and International Business Association’s (FCIB) 2013 annual conference in Philadelphia.

Gabe is a graduate of Connecticut College and Rutgers University School of Law, where he served as an editor on the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy. Prior to joining the firm, Gabe served as a law clerk to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee and as an associate at a national litigation firm.