Holland & Hart has an experienced team of commercial and industrial (C&I) finance lawyers.

Banks and commercial finance companies, as well as business borrowers in a variety of industries, look to us to provide effective and pragmatic advice in connection with syndicated and single-lender secured and unsecured loan, lease and other equipment financing, receivables factoring, letters of credit, and swap and derivative transactions.

Our team regularly represents clients in the following:

  • Traditional cash-flow lending
  • Asset-based lending
  • Venture lending
  • Mezzanine and subordinate debt
  • Capital and operating lease and other equipment finance transactions
  • Project financing
  • Floorplan financing
  • Chattel paper financing
  • Small Business Administration (SBA) and other government-supported loan programs
  • Factoring of accounts receivable
  • Local counsel representation
  • Loan syndication and participation
  • Cross-border financing transactions
  • Preparation and revision of form loan documents
  • Preparation and revision of policies and procedures on loan review and lien perfection
  • Internally-prepared document review
  • Loan file review
  • Loan portfolio sales
  • Loan workouts
  • Foreclosure and collection actions
  • Article 9 sales
  • Deeds in lieu of foreclosure and UCC strict foreclosure
  • Bankruptcy
  • Lender liability defense

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Experienced Banking and Finance Team: 50+ Years

Holland & Hart has represented banks and other financial entities in virtually every aspect of banking and finance for more than 50 years

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