In connection with its receipt of two medical marijuana dispensary licenses in Pennsylvania, have advised a client on formulating its application and appeals with respect to these licenses, capital-raising documentation, media “right to know” requests, real estate transactions and zoning, and employment matters.
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William C. Price
William C. Price assists clients in matters involving workout, bankruptcy, insolvency, and commercial litigation. He also provides counsel to clients seeking to acquire assets in distressed situations.
In both transactional and litigation settings, Bill partners with clients to formulate and implement strategies to achieve results identified at the outset and periodically revisited throughout his representations. By marrying a practical and academic approach to each client’s needs, he takes an active role with each client to deliver results that are in line with the client’s expectations—both economically and within the client’s desired timeframe. Typical matters involve workout, bankruptcy, insolvency, and commercial litigation. Additionally, Bill provides general counsel to private equity clients, usually with an investment thesis involving distressed acquisitions or debt funds.
Bill is a member of the firm's Banking & Financial Services Practice Group, where he serves as the team leader for the Workout subgroup. To remain sharp on issues that affect his clientele in the commercial environment, Bill teaches the course Secured Transactions (Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code) at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
After 3 ½ years, the dogged prosecution of nine separate federal and state lawsuits In Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, and two late night closings, all involving seemingly intractable fraudulent transfer and lien priority issues, a multi-disciplinary team of Clark Hill lawyers recently concluded a massive commercial loan work-out for our Bank client that resulted in the recovery of substantially the entire eight figure, 10 year old debt owed by the Bank’s most recalcitrant borrower, with significant contributions from his foreign partners.