MAin Background

Glass & Goldberg represents a full spectrum of industries, including banks, funding sources, equipment lessors and lenders, motors vehicle and aircraft lessors and lenders, commercial finance companies, real estate owners and lenders, asset-based lenders and factors. With particular emphasis in financial service industry law, Glass & Goldberg finds itself frequently involved in transactions and litigation spanning such areas as health care, medical equipment, intellectual property, shopping and strip malls, expensive and exotic vehicles, restaurants, agriculture, cattle, horses, aircraft, vessels, cable and satellite, technology, printing, telecommunications, computers and gaming. In addition, Glass & Goldberg specializes in creditors' rights and remedies, commercial collections, bankruptcy, banking, eminent domain, complex business litigation, SBA finance, healthcare finance, franchise finance and defense litigation.


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In disputed and litigation matters, Glass & Goldberg’s expertise includes:
> distressed loan and lease workout and preparation of forebearance agreements;
> prejudgment replevin, writs of attachment and receiverships;
> judicial and non-judicial foreclosures of real and personal property;
> mixed collateral;
> lien priority disputes;
> complex business and commercial litigation;
> fraudulent conveyance and fraud matters;
> eminent domain takings and valuation disputes;
> evictions;
> jurisdiction disputes;
> arbitration, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution procedures
> equipment and collateral recovery and disposition compliance;
> creditor bankruptcy representation;
> judgment enforcement;
> litigation defense, including business tort defense.

In transactional matters, Glass & Goldberg’s expertise includes:
> preparation of complex and standard collateralized and unsecured loan and guaranty documentation;
> structure and drafting of equipment and vehicle lease documentation, assignments, sale/leaseback
   transactions, synthetic leases transactions, etc.;
> preparation of guaranties, letters of credit, deposit account control agreements, bonds and other credit
> preparation of vendor progress payment agreements and master dealer agreements;
> structure and drafting of senior and junior purchase money and non-purchase money loans secured by
   real or personal property or mixed collateral;
> structure and documentation of sale and leaseback transactions