Clark Hill Attorney Jeffrey Van Winkle Participated in a Panel Discussion at the ABA Mid-Year Meeting
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. –
Clark Hill Attorney Jeff Van Winkle recently served as one of four panelists during the ABA mid-year meeting in Washington, DC. The panel presentation entitled “Your Lender Asked for What? – Understanding Financing Documents from the Borrower’s Perspective” provided an in-depth presentation during a two-hour period on the big picture and the fine points of representing a borrower in a mid-market loan. Jeff was joined on the panel by attorneys from Shipman & Goodwin from Hartford, Connecticut, Hughes, Hubbard & Reed from Miami, Florida, and Cassels Brock from Toronto, Ontario.
Van Winkle is the leader of Clark Hill PLC’s Corporate Practice Group, as well as the vice chair for the National Small Business Association. He is active in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids and Chicago offices, and focuses his practice on the representation of businesses and entrepreneurs actively seeking to create or provide exceptional services or products. Van Winkle also directly provides general counsel services, public and nonpublic securities compliance counseling, and transactional legal services.
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