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Shelley A. Barber
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
Mike Bielby
Partner — Finance
The most interesting part for me is learning about how both my lender and borrower clients make money. Learning about their businesses, how they achieve success, and how they plan to continue that success. That understanding allows me to offer better counsel on a given transaction.
Guy Gribov
Partner — Finance
When I’m structuring transactions, I try to forecast future risks for my clients that they might not imagine because they’re focused on economic modeling and technical diligence. I help them protect against such risks through bespoke solutions so they can run their businesses properly.
Lucy M. Jenkins
Partner — Finance
I've been lucky to do all sorts of financing for all sorts of clients. I love being involved in transactions, and working with various parties, from the conception of an idea, all the way through to an exit, and on anything and everything that comes up along the way.
Sarah K. Morgan
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
One of the things I like best about my work is that I get to be deeply involved in my clients’ businesses. I like developing close relationships with my clients and working with them to find creative and efficient ways to solve complex problems and achieve their goals.
Brian Moss
Partner — Finance
Structured finance transactions are very bespoke and can be constructed in myriad ways. It’s not a regulatory driven practice so there’s a lot of freedom of contract—we can tailor matters to represent what the two parties have agreed to and what they want to accomplish. Figuring out how to capture and document that is a compelling challenge and very rewarding.
Eamon Nolan
Partner — Project Development & Finance
Project development and finance is largely an exercise in problem solving – every project faces its own unique set of extremely complex challenges. We are fortunate to have clients that trust us to help them overcome those challenges with the development of what is usually a fundamentally important piece of infrastructure that serves a community or region.
David Oelman
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
My most valuable skill is my ability to connect with people. Whether that means developing a good relationship with a CEO, CFO, General Counsel, or with the SEC, or having constructive relationships with opposing counsel and opposing parties, my ability to relate well to others has been key to my success over the years.
Margaret E. Peloso
Partner — Environmental & Natural Resources
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Brett M. Santoli
Partner — Finance
I have a broad base of experience in the finance area — there's very little I haven't seen and done. I draw on that experience when structuring deals for my clients to think through complicated problems and anticipate variables and outcomes.
Crosby W. Scofield
Partner — Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity and Capital Markets
David Harry Stone
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions