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Patton Boggs has a national and international business practice that provides comprehensive legal services in support of businesses and non-profit organizations operating in the United States and throughout the world.
The firm’s success is based on the powerful alliances our attorneys create with clients—we understand our clients’ businesses, and we partner with them to find creative solutions. Because of the tremendous depth and breadth of our business group, Patton Boggs is able to provide strategic counseling and transaction-specific assistance for almost any legal issue that our clients may face. Our public policy and international experience also enable the firm to address issues that affect both domestic and international business interests.
Patton Boggs lawyers routinely handle complicated matters for a variety of clients, including: Banks; Infrastructure and Transportation Builders/Investors; Governments; Institutional and Strategic Investors; Investment and Hedge Fund Sponsors; Multinational Corporations; Mezzanine and Asset-based Lenders; Nonprofit Organizations; Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs); and Underwriters.
The Business Practice includes many of the core practice areas of the firm, such as:
Represented secured lender in structuring, negotiating and closing of acquisition and plan of reorganization financing for a group of seven inner-city hospitals located in Chicago, Los Angeles, St. Louis and Washington, DC.
Represented natural resources company in structuring, negotiating and closing of $200 million bank credit facility and $150 million acquisition bridge financing during the pendency of the company's initial public offering.
Represented publicly traded finance company in structuring, negotiating and closing of a $1 billion securitization of nonresidential commercial loan portfolio.
Served as Privatization Advisor to and represented the Government of Guam in all aspects of preparation for and sale of the Guam Telephone Authority (GTA); this transaction marked the privatization of the last government-owned local exchange carrier in the US and its territories.
Represented a newly formed REIT on its $175 million Initial Public Offering and a national mortgage banking company on it $60 million acquisition by the REIT and its subsequent reorganization into a REIT structure.