Mr. Maher's practice focuses on banking law and regulation, creditors’ rights, commercial law and related litigation. He has extensive experience in the representation of banks, leasing companies, mortgagees, landlords, small businesses, real estate investors and other lenders and creditors in connection with loan transactions, enforcement actions, the restructuring and workout of troubled loans, repossessions, complex foreclosure and bankruptcy matters, Uniform Commercial Code issues, and advising commercial creditors on debt collection strategies.
Bankruptcy court — Has handled numerous transactions involving eclectic forms of collateral and litigation in the state and federal bankruptcy courts to enforce a variety of rights and remedies
$40 million workout — Represented a bank in a $40 million workout involving foreclosures, litigation to enforce guarantees and eventual sale of a note
$180 million financing — Represented an apparel company with respect to a $180 million financing/factoring facility
$20 million equipment lease portfolio — Represented a leasing company on the purchase of a $20 million equipment lease portfolio
Represented a bank with respect to financing the purchase of a client’s private airplane
Financing — Represented a bank with respect to financing a ship for a client in the business of unique adventure tours