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Daniel J. Hartnett (07/07/14)
Daniel J. Hartnett is a Partner in the Finance Department of Kaye Scholer’s Chicago office, and heads the Chicago office’s Structured Finance Practice. He has extensive experience representing financial institutions, servicers, trustees, issuers and investors in securitization transactions and investment fund transactions, particularly those involving residential and commercial real estate, farm credit loans, synthetic assets and credit default swaps. He has been involved in CDO, CLO, CBO, CFO, mortgage banking, lending, leasing, acquisition, real estate investment trust, real estate mortgage investment conduit, farm credit loan, aviation, trade receivable, tax lien and mutual fund fee, synthetic securitization, and investment fund transactions across the country and around the world. He has worked extensively on restructuring and workout transactions involving residential mortgage loan originators, investment funds, asset-backed commercial paper conduits, synthetic and cash-funded CDOs, CLOs, CFOs, SIVs, market value swaps, credit default swaps, and total return swaps.
David A. Sausen (06/17/14)
David A. Sausen is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Tax Department. His practice is broad-based, covering tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and limited liability companies, investment funds, leveraged leasing transactions, sovereign wealth funds, and cross-border transactions. He has substantial experience in working with clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and partnership restructurings, investment fund formations and restructurings, and IRS and New York tax controversy matters.
Lawton M. Camp (06/10/14)
Lawton Camp is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Finance Department. He has a broad range of structured finance and securitization experience, including representing underwriters and other arrangers, originators and issuers, credit enhancers, and investors in a wide variety of securitizations, structured products and covered bonds. These include securitizations of credit card, trade, lease and consumer finance receivables; auto loans; export credit agency (ECA) loans; commercial and residential mortgages; and emerging market “future flows.” Lawton has also advised on the structuring of collateralized loan obligations, EETCs, catastrophe bonds, cash and synthetic collateralized debt obligations, and various derivative instruments and structured products.
Joel I. Greenberg (05/07/14)
Joel Greenberg is the Senior Corporate Partner and Chair of the Canada Group at Kaye Scholer. He concentrates in U.S. and cross-border mergers and acquisitions of public and private companies, representation of financial sponsors, and securities transactions. He also advises publicly held and private companies on a wide variety of corporate governance and day-to-day corporate as well as transactional matters. He is a former Chair (2006–2009) of the Committee on Mergers & Acquisitions of the American Bar Association Section of Business Law.
Willys H. Schneider (04/07/14)
Willys Schneider is a Partner at Kaye Scholer, focusing on tax law. Her practice is broad-based, covering tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions; formation and operation of REITs, partnerships and limited liability companies; structured finance and securitization; formation of private equity funds; and cross-border transactions. Willys also advises a number of charitable and other tax exempt institutions and currently serves on Kaye Scholer’s Pro Bono Committee. Willys is a member of the Board of Directors of each of the International Tax Institute and Poets & Writers. She currently serves as Director of Legal and Tax Information of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) and is a member of AFIRE’s Executive Committee. She has also served as an Articles Editor of The Tax Lawyer, the quarterly journal of the Section of Taxation of the American Bar Association.