New York University School of Law,
University of Pennsylvania,
B.S., cum laude, 1975
Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys
American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers
American Bar Association
Business Law Section, Member, Committee on Commercial Financial Services
Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen;
Hahn & Hessen;
Managing Partner, 2003-2012
Steve represents banks, finance companies, factors, mezzanine lenders and other providers of credit in negotiating and documenting complex financial transactions. He also assists his clients in successfully navigating workouts and restructurings.
Steve's recent transactions include refinancings, acquisition financings, and multi-lender and multi-borrower transactions involving both privately held and public companies.
Steve frequently lectures on matters of interest to financial institutions at professional organizations, on educational panels and as part of in-house presentations for clients. Steve has published articles in the National Law Journal, the UCC Law Journal and was a contributor to "Asset Based Financing: A Transactional Guide," published by Matthew Bender & Company.
Steve is a past president of the national Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys, whose members are in-house attorneys and attorneys in private practice with national and international experience in middle-market commercial credit transactions and commercial bankruptcy matters.
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