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Berger Harris served as special Delaware counsel in the closing on December 3, 2014 of a multistate real estate financing deal. The deal involved mortgage and mezzanine loans in the aggregate amount of approximately $2.2 billion from four major commercial lenders to a group of 241 borrowers, each a Delaware limited liability company associated with... more
Berger Harris partner Suzanne Holly has been published in Delaware Law Review. Her article “Recent Developments Concerning Enforcement of ADR Provisions,” was co-authored with Margaret E. Juliano. The article, which appears in Volume 15, Number 1 of the Review, can be downloaded in its entirety from Business Law Basics. more
The law firm of Berger Harris celebrated its fifth anniversary on October 1, 2014. The Wilmington-based firm, founded on October 1, 2009 by Benjamin “Buddy” Berger and Jack Harris, has grown to include attorneys Brian Gottesman, Michelle Quinn, Mike McDermott, Suzanne Holly, Chris Messa and David Anthony. Berger Harris attorneys are supported by staff members... more
Chapters 21 (Bankruptcy) and 22 (Securities Law) of Business Law Basics is now available online. The Business Law Basics website is a collaborative project designed to put legal knowledge in the hands of laypeople, particularly in the business community. It is largely based upon Business Law Basics, a book by Samuel D. Brickley 2nd, an... more
Berger Harris partner and Business Law Basics co-blogger Michelle Quinn will be a presenter of a webinar entitled “Rendering Structured Finance Opinions of Counsel: Substantive Consolidation, Authority to File Bankruptcy and More” on August 21, 2014. The webinar, conducted by Strafford Publications, Inc., will address commonly-asked questions regarding navigating assumptions, qualifications, limitations and use of... more