Biography

Gabriel provides business leaders with tactical advice on a full range of core operational matters involving finance, corporate law and real estate.

He leverages broad-based knowledge of commercial law to serve many clients ­as outside general counsel, coordinating legal strategy and connecting them with Fox’s national firm resources in areas such as labor and employment law, data privacy and health law.

His clients include companies in a wide variety of industries including home improvement, construction, auto sales and service and legalized cannabis.

Corporate

Gabriel advises clients on a full array of everyday corporate matters such as contracts, employment agreements and regulatory compliance, and advises early-stage companies on high-impact decisions involving business formation, structure and choice of entity. He also has significant experience guiding companies through all aspects of mergers and acquisitions from due diligence to closing.

Real Estate

Clients pursuing complex commercial real estate deals, both purchases and leases, rely on Gabriel to negotiate transactions that return maximum value. Gabriel complements this experience with a strong background in finance, enabling him to assist clients in accessing the capital needed to complete their deals.

Finance

Gabriel helps companies obtain loans and other financing to maintain and grow their businesses, purchase supplies and equipment and expand their facilities. He assists clients in accessing and complying with the terms of government loans, including through the federal Small Business Administration’s 7(a) and 504 loan programs. He has also advised clients that obtained Paycheck Protection Program Loans authorized under the federal CARES Act passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Before Fox Rothschild

Gabriel worked as an associate at a Philadelphia law firm and focused his practice on real estate and corporate matters. He also worked as an associate at a suburban Philadelphia law firm where he helped institutional lenders extend commercial credit facilities to small and mid-sized businesses. 

Upon graduating from law school, Gabriel worked as a judicial fellow for the Honorable Judge Lisa K. Rau of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. During law school, he served as a federal judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Jean K. FitzSimon of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and a legal intern in the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General.  

Beyond Fox Rothschild

Gabriel is actively involved in his community. He is a founder of "September Shoot-Out," an annual charity basketball tournament that benefits local YMCAs, and serves on the board of Caskey Torah Academy of Philadelphia. Gabriel is also the treasurer of the board of directors for Mesivta High School of Greater Philadelphia.  

In the spring and summer, Gabriel manages the Aish Philadelphia softball team.