Tanyee Cheung's practice focuses on commercial finance, including asset based and cash flow lending, secured and unsecured loans, distressed and workout transactions, second lien and mezzanine financings and structured financing products. Ms. Cheung represents borrowers, agents, senior lenders and junior lenders in commercial financings. Recent transactions include the representation of a major financial institution as agent for lenders in connection with a secured term loan facility and representation of borrowers and private equity sponsors in connection with acquisition financings. Prior to joining Finn Dixon & Herling, Ms. Cheung was in-house senior counsel at General Electric Capital Corporation, allowing Ms. Cheung to gain insight to the needs of institutional debt financing clients from an internal perspective. Ms. Cheung also previously worked for Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP (New York City and Stamford) and Cahill Gordon & Reindel (New York City), and was a law clerk in the Southern District of New York for Judge Mary Johnson Lowe.
Ms. Cheung is Co-Chair of the firm's Debt Finance Practice and Wellness Committee.
Basics of Credit Agreement Covenants, Representations & Warranties and Defaults
Intercreditor and Subordination Agreements
Navigating Loan Facilities: From Term Sheet to Post-Closing
American Bar Association
Asian American Bar Association of New York
Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association
Commercial Finance Association