- Corporate Business & Transactions
|University ||Boston University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1976; University of Connecticut, M.B.A., 1980|
|Law School||University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 1980|
|Admitted||1980, Connecticut; 1980, District of Connecticut; 1980, 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals|
|Memberships ||Hartford County Bar Association; Connecticut Bar Association; American Bar Association. |
|Born||Providence, Rhode Island, June 1, 1954|
Bob Cox is the chair of the Halloran & Sage Business and Commercial Law practice areas. He represents middle-market companies and financial institutions from across the region in corporate, financing, real estate and health care transactions.
Bob understands that business goals impact a client's legal strategy. In serving his clients, he fully immerses himself in their overall business strategy and market goals. His approach includes developing a thorough understanding of the industries in which his client is involved in order to tailor appropriate legal responses. He is involved in every aspect of a client's business plan, including incorporation, capital formation, corporate governance, contract drafting, contract disputes, mergers and acquisitions, risk management and business succession planning. He establishes long-term lawyer-client relationships that are built on loyalty and maintained by his ability to anticipate issues as well as opportunities.
Bob has written and lectured on a variety of business topics on behalf of clients and various professional organizations. He is on the Board of Directors of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce and active in the New Haven Regional Leadership Council, New Haven Manufacturer's Association, The Connecticut Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth and the MetroHartford Alliance. He is a resident of New Haven and fully supportive and invested in initiatives that contribute to the region's growth and vitality.
Connecticut Bar Association
American Bar Association
Hartford County Bar Association
H & S Negotiates, Documents and Closes Restructuring of Joint Venture
H & S Represents Regional Bank with Credit Facilities to State Family-Owned Companies
Regional Bank Represented in Loan Facilities for CT Family-Owned Business
Incentive-Based Compensation Programs Formed for Asset Investment Management Firm
Manufacturing Company Represented in Asset Sale
Business Entity Restructured after Dissolution and Merger
Firm Represents Regional Bank in Refinancing Credit Facility and Acquisition
H & S Represents Large Regional Bank in Modifying and Extending Credit Facilities to Local Manufacturer
Firm Represents Regional Bank in Connection with Senior Financing to CT Manufacturer
H & S Negotiates a Complex Loan and Forward Start Swap Transaction to Capitalize on Low Floating Interest Rates
H & S Closes the Financing of 25 Group Homes Throughout the State of Connecticut
H & S Represents a Connecticut State Housing Authority in the Financing of an Affordable Housing Complex
Transactional Group Counsels Bank in Modifying and Expanding Multiple Credit Facilities to a Prominent Connecticut Company
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
Transactional Team Maneuvers through Complex Tax and Environmental concerns to close a $7M Mortgage Loan
Connecticut Properties Refinancing Matter Administered by Firm
Multiple Loans and Multiple Borrowers Transaction
Representing minority stockholders in a $15M stock purchase/leverage buyout of a $30M manufacturing company.
Representing the buyer in a $10M stock purchase of a manufacturing operation with environmentally impaired assets along with completing the Department of Environmental Protection Transfer Act compliance required to close the stock purchase.
Obtaining Probate Court approval and representing the estate in a stock sale of a $25M manufacturing operation to the United States subsidiary of a foreign corporation.
Representing the founding stockholders of a $35M manufacturing operation in the transfer of ownership to the family's next generation of owners.
Representing an international corporation in the sale and leaseback by its United States subsidiary of its manufacturing and storage facilities.
Representing an international financing company in its purchase of a $40M portfolio of leveraged lease transactions.
Representing a 1/3 owner of a company with $150M in sales in developing and implementing an amended and restated stockholders agreement which recast stockholder voting rights and addressed stockholder succession rights.
Representing a closely held real estate development and construction companies with respect to minority stockholder attempts to coerce the companies to buy them out.
Implementation of a stock option plan for the award of both qualified incentive stock options and nonqualified stock options to management employees with numerous exercise, payment and redemption options.
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