Clark Hill’s Princeton Office and National Banking & Finance Practice Expand With Addition of Attorney Matthew Vigunas
Matthew A. Vigunas has joined Clark Hill as Senior Counsel in the Banking & Finance Practice Group in the firm’s Princeton office. He joins resident members Lisa S. Wren, also in the Banking and Finance Practice Group, and Steven M. Richman of the Litigation Practice Group.
Vigunas’s practice involves representing financial institutions, corporations and other entities in complex financing transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, consumer credit card offerings, consumer loan offerings, asset-based financings, asset securitizations, and various other lending, corporate, servicing, workout, foreclosure and commercial transactions. He also advises a number of financial institutions and other financial service companies on state and federal regulatory issues.
"Clark Hill continues to expand our banking capabilities and our East Coast presence with the addition of Matt,” said Jeffrey J. Conn, national leader of the firm’s Banking & Finance Practice Group. “Matt brings a wide range of experience in financial transactions, which will benefit both our clients and the firm.”
“We are excited to continue to grow, not only in this market, but nationally, by adding the right kind of talent,” said Wren. “Matt will immediately become a key player on our team.”
Vigunas earned his J.D. at Villanova University School of Law, his M.B.A. at Villanova University, and his B.A. at the University of Delaware. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Delaware.
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