Love and Long, L.L.P. is comprised of experienced, diverse attorneys who represent corporations and public agencies in sophisticated commercial transactions. The Firm has offices located in New York City, Newark, New Jersey and Philadelphia. For over 20 years, the Firm has advised clients in various commercial transactions including public and corporate finance, project development and finance, real estate, land use and corporate transactions. The Firm successfully completed representation of the U.S. Department of Treasury under its Small Business Lending Program (SBLF Program). Under the SBLF Program, the Firm negotiated and closed over 170 securities transactions totaling over $2.2 billion in securities acquisitions by the U.S. Department of Treasury. In addition, the Firm has served as co-issuer’s counsel to Toyota Motor Credit Corporation in several issuances of medium term notes and co-bond counsel and co-disclosure counsel to New York and Pennsylvania authorities in the issuance of refunding bonds, general obligation bonds and private activity bonds. The Firm has represented New York State authorities in the restructuring of hospital debt and has represented the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in structuring and documenting equity investment transactions. The Firm has also represented the United States Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration in its Ship Finance Program, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation in its international development finance program, the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission in general corporate matters and the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority in real estate transactions. The Firm is a certified woman owned and minority owned law firm.
Corporate. The Firm advises commercial clients on all matters relating to their businesses and has served as counsel to Fortune 500 companies, other large corporations, public agencies, middle-market companies, small and emerging companies, non-profit organizations and individual entrepreneurs. The Firm has provided corporate governance advice, drafted and negotiated service agreements, media contracts, lease agreements, architectural contracts, acquisition agreements, non-disclosure agreements, consulting contracts and employment agreements, has issued opinions in various matters, and has otherwise provided general counsel type services and advice to its clients. Attorneys at the Firm have represented parties in mergers and acquisitions and have also prepared SEC filings required by the Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933, including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and T-1.
Real Estate and Land Use. The Firm represents developers, public agencies, lenders, insurance companies, community development corporations, cooperative associations, pension funds and other entities in varied real estate projects and commercial leasing. We have served as redevelopment counsel, planning board counsel, zoning board counsel and special condemnation counsel to several public entities. We handle transactions involving the purchase, sale, lease, sale – leaseback, construction, traditional and tax credit financing, development, management and operation of port authorities, industrial projects, schools, hotels, malls, retail and entertainment complexes, cold storage and distribution facilities, supermarkets, restaurants, movie theaters, tax credit housing complexes and other real estate projects utilizing, among other documents, community benefit agreements and regulatory agreements. We also handle real estate litigation, including specific performance, condemnation, eminent domain, restructurings and workouts.
Public and Corporate Finance. The Firm represents public agencies, commercial banks, insurance companies and other prestigious institutional lenders, as well as borrowers, in a wide range of commercial finance transactions including corporate finance, securities issuances, project redevelopment finance, real estate tax credit transactions and other commercial transactions. These transactions include refunding bond issuances, medium term note issuances, institutional equity investments, reimbursement agreements, secured, unsecured and syndicated loan facilities, participation agreements, letters of credit, guarantees and other credit enhancements, note purchase agreements, subscription and other asset-based financing, leveraged buyouts and other acquisition financing arrangements, recourse and non-recourse financings, and low income, new markets and historic tax credit financings. Attorneys at the Firm also have extensive experience providing representation in corporate trust and offerings of convertible securities, warrants and partnership interests and in securities offerings registered under the Securities Act of 1933, including shelf registrations of well-known seasoned issuers, and exempt municipal securities.
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