Overview

About Ella

Ella Vincent is an associate in Stoel Rives’ Corporate group. Ella’s practice is focused on insolvency and restructuring issues and related litigation. She has represented clients in bankruptcies, state court receiverships, and other creditor-debtor matters, including representation in adjunct litigation. Ella enjoys helping clients find thoughtful solutions to complex problems.

Before joining Stoel Rives, Ella was an associate with Miller Nash LLP (2020–2022), a term law clerk to the Honorable Brian D. Lynch of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington (2018–2020), and an associate (2016–2018) and summer associate (2015) with Foster Pepper PLLC.

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Honors

Honors & Activities

Professional Honors & Activities

  • American Bar Association, Business Law Section, 2021–present
    • Vice Chair, Business Bankruptcy Subcommittee on Legislation, 2021–present
    • 20/20 Partners Rising Young Leader Award, Business Bankruptcy Committee, 2021
  • Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Member, Washington State Bar Association, Creditor Debtor Rights Section
  • Member, King County Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section

Civic Activities

  • Member, Board of Directors, Consumer Education and Training Services (CENTS), 2021–present
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • “The CARES Act, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, and More: How the Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Impacted Bankruptcy Law” (co-presenter), King County Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section, May 2021
  • “Expanded Bankruptcy Subchapter V Eligibility for Small Business Debtors Extended for Another Year” (co-author), Miller Nash LLP’s Bank L. Monitor, March 29, 2021
  • “Temporary Amendment to Bankruptcy Code Opens Opportunities for Commercial Landlords and Tenants to Negotiate Deferred Payment Arrangements” (co-author), Miller Nash LLP’s Bank L. Monitor, March 8, 2021
  • “United States Supreme Court Holds ‘Mere Retention’ of Bankruptcy Estate Property Does Not Violate the Automatic Stay” (co-author), Miller Nash LLP’s Bank L. Monitor, January 26, 2021
  • “Ethical Pitfalls in the Representation of Bankruptcy Clients” (co-presenter), King County Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section, May 2019



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