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Joseph M. Malinowski (03/28/14)
Joseph Malinowski is a member of the firm’s Aviation Finance and Leasing Group. For more than 30 years, Mr. Malinowski has conducted a broad domestic and international aircraft leasing and financing practice. He has been lead counsel on behalf of aircraft lessors, lenders, lessees and borrowers in numerous aircraft lease and debt financings and acquisitions, including operating leases, single investor leases, leveraged leases, mortgage financings, conditional sales, and cross-border leases.
William J. Fellerhoff (03/28/14)
William J. Fellerhoff's practice is concentrated in the representation of issuers, investors, banks and underwriters in connection with asset securitization and other structured rated financings in the private and public markets, as well as banks in asset-based lending transactions.
Madeleine M.L. Tan (03/25/14)
Madeleine Tan is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Finance group and is Co-Head of the firm’s Project Finance Practice. She has extensive experience advising investors, lenders, sponsors and underwriters in equity investments, capital markets debt offerings, tax-equity and structured finance transactions. Madeleine has been lead counsel on a broad range of transactions including project finance transactions, leveraged leases, single investor leases, capital markets offerings and privately negotiated debt instruments. She is recognized by Chambers Global 2013 as a “Foreign Expert” for USA Capital Markets Securitization and as an “Expert Based Abroad” for Australia Capital Markets.
Henry G. Morriello (03/24/14)
Henry G. Morriello is Chair of the Finance Department and Chair of the Structured Finance Group. Mr. Morriello represents clients in US and international term securitization and commercial paper conduits involving residential and commercial mortgage loans, home equity loans, equipment leases, student loans, aircraft loans and leases, auto paper, trade receivables, intellectual property royalties, and esoteric assets. Recently, he has represented global financial institutions in groundbreaking governmental financial assistance transactions, and troubled financial asset portfolio sales and liquidations. He has also been active in forming investment funds to purchase distressed assets, which, in certain cases, have utilized government debt/equity programs. Mr. Morriello has extensive experience in the restructuring of many failed SIVs, SIV Lites and mortgage conduits. He also represents clients worldwide in structuring and restructuring fixed income and credit derivatives of all types.
Kenneth G.M. Mason (03/24/14)
Kenneth Mason is a securities law partner who focuses on corporate finance transactions in the Asian and Latin American markets. In Asia, he has represented since 1994 both issuers and underwriters in international capital-raising efforts, including global public offerings and placements for significant Chinese, Hong Kong and Philippine companies. Additionally, he has worked extensively with a major international investment bank as principal in acquiring equity control of various companies through the acquisition of controlling positions in such companies' distressed debt. His firsts in Asia include: the first global offering and public listing for an Asian "Vortal," the first "back door" takeover and restructuring of a publicly traded company in South East Asia, and the first-ever global offering for a PRC public utilities holding company.
Steven S. Rosenthal (03/20/14)
Steven S. Rosenthal has extensive trial court, arbitration and appellate experience on matters involving commercial law, constitutional law and all aspects of administrative practice. He has argued noted cases before the United States Supreme Court and before the United States Courts of Appeals and state appellate courts throughout the United States. In April 2013, he argued before the United States Supreme Court a high-profile case on behalf of the Port of the City of Los Angeles, involving whether federal law restricts the ability of the Port to condition entry of trucks onto its property as part of its Clean Truck Program. Previously, he was victorious in a case heard by the United States Supreme Court in which the Court held that imposition of Social Security taxes on federal judges in office at the time of passage was an unconstitutional diminution of their compensation.