Corporate Transactions, Finance & Business Counsel

As trusted corporate advisers, we provide answers to operational legal questions and solutions to business problems. We assist privately held and public companies, hedge and private equity funds, insurance companies, financial institutions and other investors in complex and challenging transactions.

We leverage our experience in representing clients in a broad spectrum of industries, and a thorough and acquired understanding of our clients’ business, regulatory, and strategic needs, to provide seamless service and high-quality representation.

We provide strategic guidance and representation to companies as well as their owners, officers and directors. Our proactive approach to strategic planning helps us to anticipate, and protect clients from legal issues that could adversely affect their business operations or enterprise value.

Our corporate and transactional attorneys enjoy the sophisticated knowledge base often associated with large law firm attorneys, but are able to practice efficiently and with a boutique rate structure.

To discuss your immediate or long-term needs and legal options, contact us.

Attorneys Focusing on this Practice Area

Relevant Cases

Beltway Companies’ International Truck Dealerships

$6,000,000 purchase, restructure and refinance of ownership of four Beltway Companies’ International Truck dealerships.

Burlington Harbor Marina, LLC

Purchase of interest in Burlington Harbor Marina, LLC, including entity, management and financing documents relating to Burlington Harbor Marina, Burlington, VT.

Nabbs Creek Marina

Purchase and financing of Nabbs Creek Marina, Glen Burnie, MD by The Trident Marine Group, LLC.

 

Yacht Maintenance Marina

$4,000,000 purchase of Yacht Maintenance Marina, Cambridge, Maryland.

The Trident Marine Group, LLC

Refinance of three marina properties owned by The Trident Marine Group, LLC, Annapolis, MD

Defense of local family owned business in discrimination case.

Successful defense of complaint in the EEOC for discrimination based on race, age and disability.  The EEOC found no evidence of discrimination after evidentiary briefing.

Representation in commercial post-foreclosure litigation.

Acting as the primary substitute trustee and counsel for various foreclosing lenders in commercial foreclosures of properties located throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C.; many properties have sold for several million dollars, and Ms. Hopkin has also successfully represented lenders in subsequent post-foreclosure litigation, including interpleader actions and successful dismissal of the borrower/owner’s appeal of a foreclosure.

Counsel for commercial foreclosing lender.

Serving as the primary substitute trustee and counsel for foreclosing lender in commercial foreclosures of multiple apartment complexes located in the District of Columbia and Maryland, that each respectively sold for several million dollars.

Trustee and Counsel for SBA foreclosure matters.

Acting as primary substitute trustee and counsel for several different foreclosure matters involving the Small Business Association and its 504 Loan and secondary market pooling program.

Sole workout counsel for multiple commercial borrowers/guarantors.

Representing clients as sole workout counsel to multiple commercial borrowers and individual guarantors located through the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia, involving multiple hotel/motel properties, retail stores and an office condominium.