Stuart A. Hoberman is a director and shareholder with Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer P.A. He serves as chair of the firm's Banking & Financial Services team. He has over 35 years experience representing banks and other financial institutions with an emphasis on structuring, negotiating, documenting and closing lending transactions and other credit products. He is Past President of the New Jersey State Bar Association and a frequent lecturer for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education on matters dealing with banking and finance.
Mr. Hoberman is also an elected member of the Board of Directors of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce.
Area of Emphasis:
Asset Based Lending
Leveraged Buyout Finance
Real Estate Finance; Participations and Loan Syndications
Member, American Bar Association (past delegate, House of Delegates; member, Business Law Section, Committee on Banking, Committee on Commercial Finance, Subcommittee on Loan Documentation, Subcommittee on Cross-Border Secured Transactions); Past President, New Jersey State Bar Association (past chair and director, Corporate and Business Law Section; past chair, Corporate Law Committee; past chair and director, Banking Law Section; past chair, Financial Transactions Committee); past president, New Jersey State Bar Foundation; Pennsylvania State Bar Association, member, Section on Business Law; Middlesex County Bar Association, chair, Committee on Corporate, Banking and Business Law; New Jersey Supreme Court, Special Committee on Surrogates' Intermingled Trust Funds; member, Garden State Credit Associates; member, Bank Lawyers Counsel; past member, Loan Documentation Committee, New Jersey Bankers Association; past member, Board of Trustees, Cancer Care of New Jersey; fellow, American Bar Foundation; Member, Association for Corporate Growth - New Jersey Chapter; member, Commercial Finance Association - New Jersey Chapter; member, Risk Management Association; member, Turnaround Management Association - New Jersey Chapter; member, The Global Commercial Finance Network.
How to Acquire a Business, New Jersey Business, August 2005
“Eight Tips to Speed Negotiations and Close More Loans, ” NJ Biz, Business News New Jersey, April 22, 2002
“Financing the Acquisition - A Guide for Buyer's Counsel, ” New Jersey Lawyer, the Magazine, December 2002
“Defining Multidisciplinary Practices, ” New Jersey Lawyer, April 19, 1999
The Art of the Loan Closing, American Banker, April 21, 1997 and April 23, 1997
Commitment Letters Versus Proposal Letters, Chapter and Verse (National Association of Bank Loan and Credit Officers, Northern New Jersey Chapter), Spring 1992
Grading the Loan: Professional Liability for Third Party Opinions in Lending Transactions, New Jersey Lawyer, September/October, 1990
Loan Participations: Proceed with Caution, New Jersey Lawyer, Winter, 1988
•How to Acquire a Business
•Look Into the Crystal Ball