Matt Teich focuses his practice on transactional matters including finance, commercial real estate and corporate matters.
Matt represents institutional lenders and borrowers in connection with a variety of complex commercial lending transactions including mortgage loans, asset based loans, construction loans, debt restructurings, workouts and derivative transactions. His practice also includes commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions and leasing transactions. Additionally, Matt has experience providing counsel to corporate clients on matters involving day-to-day business affairs and corporate governance, and in connection with a range of corporate transactions including asset and stock acquisitions, dispositions and securities offerings.
Matt has written articles for the New England Real Estate Journal on topics such as treatment of assignments of leases and rents in bankruptcy, modifications to mortgages held in real estate mortgage investment conduits, and judicial interpretation of construction loan provisions. Matt joined Halloran & Sage as a Summer Associate in 2008. In law school, he was a member of the New England Law Review.
Firm Assists Manufacturer and its Subsidiaries in Refinancing
H & S Represents Regional Bank with Credit Facilities to State Family-Owned Companies
Manufacturing Company Represented in Asset Sale
Firm Represents Regional Bank in Connection with Senior Financing to CT Manufacturer
Multifaceted Health Care Development and Construction Deal Negotiated, Documented, and Closed
H & S Represents Bank in the Modification of Several Credit Facilities to a Prominent Connecticut Corporation
H & S Closes the Financing of Several Rehabilitation, Vocational and Educational Facilities for the Mentally and Developmentally Disabled Located in Connecticut
Connecticut Properties Refinancing Matter Administered by Firm
Teich Explains Special Purpose Entities and the Limits of Bankruptcy Remoteness
New England Real Estate Journal, 05/20/2011
Department of Treasury Provides Guidance on Modifying Mortgage Loans Held in a REMIC
New England Real Estate Journal, 10/16/2010
Treatment of an Absolute Assignment of Rents in Bankruptcy
New England Real Estate Journal, 03/19/2010
Lenders - Include Specific Performance Milestones in Construction Loan Agreements
New England Real Estate Journal, 01/15/2010