Ed Weiss has practiced in the area of finance law for over 30 years. He has extensive experience representing both borrowers and lenders in unsecured and secured finance transactions, including acquisition and other leveraged lending, asset-based lending, cash-flow lending, syndicated credit transactions (both club deals and large syndicated transactions) and maritime and real estate finance. He has represented numerous senior and mezzanine creditors in complex subordination/intercreditor arrangements. He has also worked on a large number of workouts and other restructurings.
Mr. Weiss has represented major national and regional banks and finance companies, private equity funds and mezzanine funds. Recent transactions have included significant acquisition financings for companies in diverse fields such as transportation, printing, manufacturing and ecommerce, complex restructurings/workouts, lease financing transactions, a private note placement, the sale of distressed debt, and various other finance transactions.
"Connecticut Fraudulent Conveyance Law", Bridgeport Law Review, Vol. 11, 1991
"Connecticut Adopts UFTA", Connecticut Lawyer, Vol. 2, 1991 - 1992
"Connecticut Secured Transactions Under Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, Forms and Practice Manual," Data Trace Publishing Company (October, 2002)
Secured Lending, Stamford/Norwalk Bar Association
Fraudulent Conveyances, Connecticut Bar Association
Commercial Syndicated Loans, American Bar Association
Stamford/Norwalk Bar Association
Chairman, Business Law Committee, 1991 - 1993
Vice Chairman, Business Law Committee, 1989 - 1991