Thompson Coburn partner Margie Krumholz has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers, a professional association of distinguished lawyers dedicated to improving and enhancing the practice of commercial finance law and the ethics of the profession. Margie will be inducted at the College’s annual dinner, held April 18 in San Francisco.
Members of the college must have practiced for at least 15 years, achieved preeminence in the field of commercial finance law, and made repeated and substantial contributions to the promotion of learning and scholarship in commercial finance law through teaching, lecturing, and published writings.
The College, founded in 1991, is dedicated to promoting the field of commercial finance law through education, legislative reform and the recognition of distinguished practitioners, jurists and academics.
Margie is a highly experienced practitioner in the areas of marine financing and equipment leasing and financing. The managing partner of Thompson Coburn’s D.C. office and the co-chair of the firm’s Federal Practice Group, she represents clients in maritime and other equipment financing transactions, including lease and leveraged lease financing, cross-border financing, and Title XI and Ex-Im Bank financing.
Margie also serves as chair of the Marine Financing Committee of the Maritime Law Association of the United States. Margie was recently named the 2015 Lawyer of Year for Washington, D.C., for “Admiralty and Maritime Law” by The Best Lawyers in America® (Copyright 2014 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken, S.C.).
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