Michael Fritz practices in the area of business, finance and real estate.
Michael’s business and corporate practice consists of representing private equity funds, venture capital funds, and other business entities in connection with a variety of commercial transactions, including, mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, preferred equity investments, distressed investments and private placements. Michael also represents clients in the capacity as "outside general counsel", advising on matters such as business formation, corporate governance, business operations, commercial contracting and other general corporate matters. His clients are in a broad range of industries including real estate, healthcare, technology, financial services and manufacturing.
In his finance practice, Michael represents borrowers, commercial banks, mezzanine lenders, and other lending institutions in connection with structuring, negotiating, and closing complex commercial, asset-based, and acquisition financing transactions. He also has experience representing senior and junior lenders in connection with drafting and negotiating intercreditor and subordination arrangements.
Michael’s real estate practice focuses on transactional commercial real estate matters, including the purchase, development and disposition of real estate assets, mortgage and mezzanine financings, preferred equity investments, and the formation of joint ventures. Michael also has significant experience representing borrowers and lenders in connection with working out and restructuring distressed real estate loans and investments.
Represented a private equity fund, as borrower’s counsel, in connection with the workout of over $150 million of indebtedness encumbering multiple office buildings located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Negotiated deed-in-lieu of foreclosure transactions, loan modifications, forbearance agreements and other related documents in connection with the workouts.
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