We have a wealth of experience advising lenders and borrowers on the full range of middle-market financings and related transactions.
Our lawyers structure, negotiate, document and close financing transactions for many domestic and foreign commercial banks, private banks, investment banks, asset-based lenders, hedge and private equity funds, specialty lenders, finance companies, and corporate and individual borrowers in a broad range of industries, including: manufacturing; hospitality; consumer products, including food and beverage; sports; communications, media and technology; financial and business services; art; intellectual property; retail and apparel; life sciences and pharma; casino and gaming; and not-for-profits.
We guide our clients through working capital and cash-flow credit facilities, syndicated and single-bank credit facilities, term loan and revolving credit facilities, secured and unsecured credit facilities, second lien credit facilities, subscription/capital call and management fee lines of credit, mezzanine financings, traditional and esoteric asset class financings, advised lines of credit and many other forms of domestic and cross-border multi-currency financings.
Working closely with colleagues across the firm’s numerous practice disciplines, we provide a fully integrated approach to the delivery of legal services for our clients. When needed, our lender and borrower clients benefit from our experience in litigation, real estate, tax, ERISA, securities, and bankruptcy, workouts and restructurings.
Areas of Focus:
- General commercial lending
- Asset-based lending
- Sports finance
- Art lending
- Subscription lending
- Acquisition and leveraged finance
- Structured finance
- Receivables purchase finance, including factoring transactions
- Warehouse lending and repurchase transactions involving a variety of asset classes
- Equipment leasing finance
- Restricted securities lending
- Letter of credit and other credit enhancement financings
- ESOP financings
- Loan restructurings and workouts, including debtor-in-possession financings