Gabrielle C. Wilson is an associate in Herrick’s Litigation Department. Her practice focuses on a broad range of commercial disputes, often involving intellectual property, art law or real estate related issues. Gabrielle also regularly advises clients on a wide variety of insurance-related matters.
Experienced in both state and federal courts, Gabrielle is a member of the team representing a famed photographer in a Southern District of New York copyright infringement litigation arising from the unlicensed creation and sale of multiple images based on a striking 1981 photo portrait of the musician Prince taken by our client in the 1980’s. She also assisted the Herrick team that secured a New Jersey Appellate Division victory on behalf of a multinational technology company in a long running e-commerce litigation asserting claims for breach of contract and the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Her experience in New York state court includes helping to secure the dismissal of all claims against a liability insurer in an environmental coverage litigation with the State of New York; assisting in obtaining summary judgment on behalf of a manufacturer seeking substantial damages in a breach of contract action against a former customer; and defending a real estate developer in a breach of contract and fraud litigation in connection with a significant real estate transaction. In addition, Gabrielle is a member of the Herrick team that has been representing the sole heir of renowned Dutch art collector Jacques Goudstikker in a high profile California federal action seeking the recovery of two 16th century paintings from the Norton Simon Museum.
She graduated cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where she served as Associate Notes Editor of the Cardozo Public Law, Policy & Ethics Journal. During law school, Gabrielle also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Joseph A. Greenaway, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Honorable Michelle Weston of the New York State Supreme Court, Kings County.
Gabrielle received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University.