F. Daniel Leventhal is a member of the firm's Financial Transactions Practice Group. With many years of experience in banking and finance matters, Mr. Leventhal has a deep understanding of the complexities involved in financial transactions across a diverse spectrum of industries.
Mr. Leventhal has extensive experience in cross-border transactions, syndicated lending, asset-based lending, and restructurings. His practice includes a broad range of secured and unsecured lending transactions, international financing matters, debt restructurings, subordinated debt transactions, project finance, mergers and acquisitions transactions, vendor finance and other corporate finance. He acts for U.S., UK, and international banks and other institutional lenders as well as other clients involved in financing and restructuring transactions, including borrowers and private equity funds, in English law and U.S. law matters.
Mr. Leventhal works with a wide variety of industries, and his experience includes such varied areas as technology, oil and gas, telecommunications, healthcare, engineering and construction, forest products, non-profit institutions, and agriculture and food processing.
In the UK, Mr. Leventhal has been cited as a recommended lawyer by such well-known clients' guides as IFLR 1000 and Legal 500 UK, and in the U.S. he is recommended as a leading lawyer by Chambers USA, PLC Which lawyer?, and Best Lawyers In America, among others.
Mr. Leventhal is admitted in California and is also admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales.
Daniel Leventhal is recommended as a leading lawyer in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 editions of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, and since 2007, has been continuously recognized by Best Lawyers in America for his outstanding work in the area of Banking and Finance Law. In addition, he is recognized in the 2007-2012 editions of Northern California Super Lawyer, recommended by PLC Which lawyer? 2011 and 2012, and cited by Legal 500 UK 2011-2013. Mr. Leventhal was also recognized by The San Francisco Business Times in 2009 for his outstanding contributions to banking law practice in the San Francisco Bay Area.
(Also at San Francisco, California Office)