- Financial Services
- Insurance Finance
- Business Development Companies
- Energy, Environmental & Commodities
- Timber & Forest Products
- Derivatives & Structured Products
- Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights
|Contact Info||Telephone: 404.853.8483|
|University ||Duke University, A.B., magna cum laude; Vanderbilt University, M.B.A.|
|Law School||Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D., First class honors Order of the Coif, Editor-in-Chief, Vanderbilt Law Review|
|Admitted||1986, Tennessee; 1991, Georgia; 2003, New York|
Member, Securitization and Derivatives Subcommittee, American Bar Association
Member, Collateral Committee and Credit Derivatives Market Practice Committee, International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA)
|Born||Bethesda, Maryland, August 12, 1961|
Eric Fenichel represents corporate and financial services clients in structured finance transactions. His clients include insurance companies, business development companies, energy dealers, financial services companies, timber investment management firms and commercial and industrial firms.
Eric's experience includes life insurance reserve securitizations, including XXX and AXXX reserve securitization financings; commercial loan portfolio financings, including CLO/CDO transactions; commodity financing arrangements in the energy industry; timber installment note transactions and general corporate finance transactions.
Sutherland represents a large life insurer in financings worth more than $6 billion.
Sutherland represents business development company in CLO transactions.
Sutherland represents Temple-Inland Inc. in its sale of 1.55 million acres of U.S. timberland.
Awards and Rankings
Recognized by The Legal 500 United States in the area of mergers and acquisitions (2010, 2011)
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Delaware Supreme Court Finds UCC Termination Filings Valid Despite Lack of Lender’s Intent
John W. Benson,Robert E. Copps,Eric R. Fenichel,Peter A. Fozzard,Dorothy Black Franzoni, November 2, 2014
On October 17, the Delaware Supreme Court held that JP Morgan (JPM) terminated its security interest in all of the collateral provided by General Motors (GM) in support of a $1.5 billion loan, despite neither party intending that result, when it authorized the filing of a termination statement to...
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