Halloran Sage Responds to COVID-19 Impacts with New Practice Areas
In response to the changing legal needs and new realities faced by their clients, Connecticut law firm, Halloran Sage, has established three new transactional practice areas to further assist buyers, sellers, brokers, investors, and alternative lenders.
Many businesses are now scrambling to meet their obligations to their employees, creditors, and landlords. Through their Restructuring, Reorganization and Bankruptcy practice, the firm helps businesses utilize all legal tools to restructure and reposition themselves for growth. Even in bankruptcy, Halloran Sage can offer remedies for businesses to remain viable.
Buyers, sellers, brokers and investors seeking counsel in the purchase and sale of distressed assets can turn to the firm’s Acquisition and Disposition of Distressed Entities and Debt Instruments practice. Assistance is available to bargain hunters or sellers seeking to position themselves in high-stakes deals.
Alternative lender platforms are represented through the firm’s new Alternative Lender practice group. Halloran Sage handles matters related to acquisition finance and distressed debt, as well as specialty lending transactions involving non-traditional and unique collateral structures. The firm is positioned to represent a broad array of alternative lenders and investors, including unregulated lenders, ABL lenders, traditional mezzanine and private equity funds, second lien lenders, hedge funds, BDCs, SBIC funds, one-stop shops, and specialty finance companies.
All three of the practice areas will be chaired by Attorney Bob Cox, who has represented middle market companies and financial institutions across the region for forty years.