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The session covered the attorney’s role in a commercial loan transaction, beginning with the loan commitment and continuing through closing. Strubbe highlighted the importance of understanding the parties to the transaction, objective and perspectives to consider, due diligence, a good closing checklist, the types of loan documents and key issues to identify therein, and the closing and post-closing process.
The program is developed for attorneys who are new to the practice of business law, as well as to more experienced attorneys seeking an update on recent legal developments. In addition to Strubbe’s Anatomy of a Commercial Loan session, other agenda items include:
Patrick Strubbe’s law practice is primarily focused on corporate law and corporate finance. With over eight years of prior business experience, Strubbe counsels a variety of corporate clients in numerous industries, including middle market companies, emerging growth companies, technology companies, private equity groups and venture capital funds. Patrick also has significant experience representing borrowers, acquirers, issuers and lenders in a variety of syndicated, club and bilateral financing arrangements, including first and second lien structured facilities, investment grade financings, leveraged acquisition financings, mezzanine financings, and multicurrency and cross-border collateral facilities. He practices in Womble Carlyle’s Charlotte, N.C. office.