“The Firm’s banking and finance practice has pursued a broad-based approach, taking on debtor engagements, creditor-side work, and energy and commodities lending transactions.” – IFLR 1000
Stroock’s Commercial Finance Group regularly represents banks and other financial institutions, private equity and hedge funds, and domestic and international public and private companies in connection with a variety of complex financing transactions. Our commercial finance attorneys have vast experience representing various financial institutions, borrowers, and hedge providers in connection with asset-based and working capital financings, revolvers, term loans, letters of credit, bridge loans, secured hedging transactions and intercreditor arrangements. In addition, we work in the commodities and derivatives space to create innovative financing structures for transactions relating to physical and financially-settled commodities hedging products.
Our special situations experience includes workouts, restructurings, and rescue and bankruptcy-related financings. Stroock has in depth experience representing creditors and debtors, including ad hoc creditor groups, in distressed, special situations, rescue and debtor-in-possession (“DIP”) financings, as well as exit financings for companies emerging from Chapter 11 reorganization.
We are frequently called upon to analyze facilities and capital structures for parties contemplating participation in existing financings or providing special situations financings. We also have experience in analyzing lien structures and taking collateral across various asset classes, as well as practical experience in connection with the exercise of remedies and foreclosing upon such collateral.
In connection with providing such services to clients, we work closely with a team of specialists that provide financing-related support across a number of diverse practice areas.
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Attorneys in this Group
|Michael Basile||Of Counsel||Miami||
|Lucas T. Charleston||Partner||New York||
Lucas T. Charleston
|Alex Cota||Partner||New York||
|Scott C. Handwerker||Associate||New York||
Scott C. Handwerker
|Jeffrey S. Lowenthal||Partner||New York||
Jeffrey S. Lowenthal
|Naji Massouh||Special Counsel||New York||
|Baron E. Ojogho||Associate||New York||
Baron E. Ojogho
|Marija Pecar||Associate||New York||
|Armando X. Ramirez||Special Counsel||New York||
Armando X. Ramirez
|Brian R. Rogers||Associate||New York||
Brian R. Rogers
|Matthew A. Schwartz||Partner||New York||
Matthew A. Schwartz
|George R. Shockey, Jr.||Of Counsel||New York||
George R. Shockey, Jr.
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May 24, 2013
New York, NY, May 24, 2013 -- Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, a national law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, announced that it has again been recognized in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business.
For the 2013 edition, 31 Stroock partners and counsel from 12 Stroock practice groups were recognized for excellence by Chambers USA.Click here to read the full press release.
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