Reilly Wolfson represents local banks and other financial institutions, municipal authorities, private lenders, and borrowers on a wide range of loan documentation and regulatory matters.

  • Negotiation and documentation of loan agreements, letters of credit, security instruments, pledges, and guaranties
  • Advice about corporate governance issues, including compliance with regulations concerning board meetings, special meetings, and annual meetings
  • Representation before the Pennsylvania Banking Commission in charter amendments, major capital restructuring, mergers, and regulatory enforcement proceedings
  • Protection and enforcement of the lender’s interest in workout, foreclosure, repossession, and bankruptcy cases

Business Transactions and Financing

Our attorneys serve on behalf of private lenders in situations such as the sale of family businesses, private inventory financing, or the purchase and sale of stock in closely held corporations. We also represent business and agricultural borrowers in the negotiation and review of complex loan agreements, the renegotiation of current debt and security instruments, and the legitimate protection of assets subject to foreclosure. Our understanding of banking law and finance can also help business borrowers identify sources of debt financing available through federal, state and local economic development agencies and other private-public arrangements.

For more information on any problem involving banking law, secured financing, or the regulation of financial institutions, contact a Reilly Wolfson attorney.

Our Banking Law Attorneys: Frederick S. WolfsonPaul A. LundbergPaul C. BametzreiderMichelle R. Calvert