Goldberg Kohn

Goldberg Kohn is pleased to announce the promotion of five attorneys to principal, effective January 1, 2020.

Laura M. Campbell

Laura Campbell’s practice focuses on the representation of financial institutions in structuring, negotiating, and documenting a broad range of commercial finance transactions, including secured cash-flow and asset-based loans, unitranche structures and leveraged buy-out transactions. She frequently represents lenders in international financings involving multiple jurisdictions and has dealt with borrowers in numerous industries, including manufacturing, technology, software, business services, healthcare, and maritime services. Laura also has experience representing corporate borrowers and private equity sponsor clients in financing transactions as well as in domestic and international mergers and acquisitions.

Meredith S. Kirshenbaum

Meredith Kirshenbaum has experience litigating cases involving labor and employment law, commercial contract disputes, false claims act litigation and real estate disputes. Meredith’s traditional labor law experience includes representing employers in unfair labor practice charges and other matters pending before the National Labor Relations Board, counseling employers during union organizing campaigns, defending employer interests throughout the union-election process and negotiating union contracts. Meredith devotes a considerable portion of her practice to representing and advising charter schools throughout the country.

Bojan Lazic

Bojan Lazic counsels a wide variety of clients in commercial real estate transactions and finance. His practice concentrates on the representation of lenders in connection with the negotiation, documentation and closing of various real estate financing transactions. Bojan's experience includes mortgage and mezzanine financing, construction financing, mortgage origination for commercial mortgage-backed securitization programs and financing related to senior living and skilled nursing facilities.  He has also worked with clients in connection with the acquisition, disposition and leasing of real estate.

Robert D. Leighton

Rob Leighton’s practice includes a wide-range of intellectual property issues, with a focus on patent and trademark litigation. Rob has substantial experience in all phases of litigation and arbitration, including trial. He has handled cases involving wireless devices, telecommunications, encryption, fiber optics, medical devices, biotechnology, and nutritional technology. He also handles matters before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and is registered to practice before the Patent Office.

Christopher J. Marquez

Chris Marquez represents financial institutions in complex lending transactions. He has extensive experience in structuring, negotiating, documenting, and closing leveraged acquisition and working capital financings, recapitalizations, senior secured, split lien and unitranche transactions, and cross-border finance transactions. Chris’ practice covers a wide range of the middle market with deal sizes ranging from $5 million to $400 million and involves borrowers across a broad spectrum of industries and sectors. A significant portion of his work also includes representing lenders in connection with inter-creditor and subordination issues, loan workouts and restructurings, and Article 9 remedies.

We would also like to welcome the following new attorneys to our firm:

Justin Morgan
Kirsten Yerger
Margaret O'Connor
Nicole Bruno

January 27, 2020

"Counsel to clients ranging from private to Fortune 100 companies located throughout the U.S and the world." Chambers and Partners

If you have any questions with respect to this announcement, please contact:

Christopher W. Batio
Director of Marketing and Business Development

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