- Sale / Leasebacks
- Debt Financing
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Real Estate
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|University ||Lafayette College, B.S., 1965; Boston University, M.B.A., 1970|
|Law School||Boston University, J.D., 1973|
• Member, American Bar Association
• Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
• Member, Boston Bar Association
Dennis retired in 2014 and continues his affiliation as Member Emeritus. During his practice, he concentrated on asset-based transactions, including leveraged buyouts, project-based financings, leveraged lease transactions, acquisitions and dispositions of businesses, and secured lending transactions. He also represented lenders, borrowers, purchasers, and sellers in transactions ranging from small retail stores to multinational manufacturing businesses.
His broad experience in commercial and corporate transactions also included primary responsibility for representing borrowers in numerous multinational leveraged buyer transactions, representing borrowers in leveraged acquisitions of concrete companies, woolen mills, manufacturing facilities, radio and television properties, office buildings, apartment buildings, cable television networks, steel mills, food brokers, ski areas, franchise businesses, and waste disposal companies.
Before joining Mintz Levin, Dennis was employed for five years as an engineer in the aerospace industry. During law school, he was editor of theBoston University Law Review.
• Mintz Levin Represents Lowell General Hospital in Merger with Saints Medical Center, (07.10.2012)
Recognitions & Awards
• Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent
|Reported Cases||Representative Matters: Representing, over the past 10 years, the developer in the construction and financing of a number of project-financed biomass waste-to-energy facilities located in New England and California. These facilities involved financing ranging from $30 million to $90 million. Each project involved a major construction financing, followed by a sale and leaseback transaction based on revenues from a power purchase contract with a major public utility. Representing a major health care provider in the acquisition of health care facilities throughout the United States. Representing a large New England bank with respect to financing the renovation and reopening of the Quincy Shipyard. Represented the corporate trust department of a major Boston bank in connection with the sale and leaseback of several large office buildings located in New England. Advised Boston banks with respect to general commercial banking matters.|
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