Mark S. Clyman represents domestic and international public and privately held companies, lending institutions, and private equity firms in corporate law transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, secured and unsecured financing transactions, recapitalizations, joint ventures, and other complex and traditional transactions.  He has represented clients in many different industries, including information technology, media, apparel, aviation, industrial, food and beverage, banking, and expert consulting.  Mark also represents clients in real estate financing transactions, including mortgage lending, mezzanine financing, and preferred equity investments.

Prior to joining the firm, Mark worked as a senior operations executive for an international apparel company, specializing in outerwear and sportswear. He also has experience in the fields of securities law compliance and general corporate and contract matters, and has represented various domestic and international entrepreneurs with formation of businesses, issuance of debt and/or equity, and the purchase and/or sale of company/corporation assets, stock, and/or membership interests.

Mark has represented a wide variety clients, including:

  • A major foreign financial institution’s U.S. subsidiary in a matter involving the negotiation and preparation of securities lending and purchase agreements.
  • A major international conglomerate in the establishment of a $2.5 billion loan facility. Mark co-represented the client.
  • A real estate lending institution with respect to $100 million of mezzanine loans related to origination and refinancing of commercial and residential real estate.
  • A skilled nursing home operator in the establishment of a revolving credit facility for a portfolio of nursing homes.
  • An industrial manufacturer in the acquisition of industrial equipment assets located in Mexico.
  • A privately held corporation in the expert network industry in the acquisition of 100% of the stock and substantially all the assets of another privately held corporation in the same industry.
  • An aviation, fixed-based operator located in the New York tri-state area in the sale of 100% of the stock of the original owners.
  • An international conglomerate in an asset sale of two U.S. subsidiaries.
  • A purchaser of certain assets from one of the largest international advertising agencies in the world.
  • An international media conglomerate in the financing and purchase of the assets of an Israeli media corporation.

Overview

Mark S. Clyman represents domestic and international public and privately held companies, lending institutions, and private equity firms in corporate law transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, secured and unsecured financing transactions, recapitalizations, joint ventures, and other complex and traditional transactions.  He has represented clients in many different industries, including information technology, media, apparel, aviation, industrial, food and beverage, banking, and expert consulting.  Mark also represents clients in real estate financing transactions, including mortgage lending, mezzanine financing, and preferred equity investments.

Prior to joining the firm, Mark worked as a senior operations executive for an international apparel company, specializing in outerwear and sportswear. He also has experience in the fields of securities law compliance and general corporate and contract matters, and has represented various domestic and international entrepreneurs with formation of businesses, issuance of debt and/or equity, and the purchase and/or sale of company/corporation assets, stock, and/or membership interests.

Representative Matters

Mark has represented a wide variety clients, including:

  • A major foreign financial institution’s U.S. subsidiary in a matter involving the negotiation and preparation of securities lending and purchase agreements.
  • A major international conglomerate in the establishment of a $2.5 billion loan facility. Mark co-represented the client.
  • A real estate lending institution with respect to $100 million of mezzanine loans related to origination and refinancing of commercial and residential real estate.
  • A skilled nursing home operator in the establishment of a revolving credit facility for a portfolio of nursing homes.
  • An industrial manufacturer in the acquisition of industrial equipment assets located in Mexico.
  • A privately held corporation in the expert network industry in the acquisition of 100% of the stock and substantially all the assets of another privately held corporation in the same industry.
  • An aviation, fixed-based operator located in the New York tri-state area in the sale of 100% of the stock of the original owners.
  • An international conglomerate in an asset sale of two U.S. subsidiaries.
  • A purchaser of certain assets from one of the largest international advertising agencies in the world.
  • An international media conglomerate in the financing and purchase of the assets of an Israeli media corporation.