A founding senior partner of Williams Coulson, Mark C. Coulson is a corporate/business attorney with vast experience in corporate transactional matters, including multi-million dollar workout and financial restructuring deals. Mr. Coulson also has represented buyers and sellers in high-value real estate transactions.
Mr. Coulson has wide experience in transactional, corporate and partnership matters including loan and debt structuring, mergers and acquisitions, financing and leasing of equipment and real estate, private placements and syndications, and business organization.
Mr. Coulson represents both borrowers and lenders in a wide variety of loan transactions. These matters include loans by banks, finance subsidiaries of Fortune 500 companies, insurance companies, and pension funds, as well as loans to manufacturing companies, media companies, proprietary schools and automobile dealerships. Real estate loan transactions have included loans secured by office buildings, shopping centers, hotels, and golf course developments.
Mr. Coulson’s experience includes a large number of mergers and acquisitions, involving both public and private companies. Transactions have included radio, television and newspaper companies, manufacturing companies, and service companies.
In addition, Mr. Coulson represents financial institutions in connection with a wide variety of problem loan matters, many involving real estate loans. He has handled real estate problem transactions involving office buildings, shopping centers and hotels. He has also been active in other aspects of problem loan and financial restructuring transactions, including the representation of purchasers and tenants of problem real estate assets.
Mr. Coulson graduated from the Vanderbilt University School of Law and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree Cum Laude from Denison University.