Anthony C. Marino Rejoins Quarles & Brady’s Business Law Practice Group
Tony represents lenders and borrowers in negotiating and documenting secured and unsecured financing transactions of all types and sizes.
Tony represents lenders and borrowers in negotiating and documenting secured and unsecured financing transactions of all types and sizes, including single bank and syndicated commercial loans, asset-based financings, asset securitizations, equipment leasing, mezzanine debt financings, New Market Tax Credit financings, private placements, revenue bond credit enhancements, and workouts. He also represents financial institutions and end-users on derivatives matters, including ISDA Master Agreements and associated schedules, credit support annexes, and confirmations.
He received his law degree from the University of Texas Law School and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin.
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