Shipman & Goodwin represented a joint venture of three nationally recognized real estate private equity funds in the negotiation of an $81 million refinance of a mortgage loan secured by a campus of waterfront Class A office buildings.
Represented multi-billion-dollar global venture capital fund in a $41 million Series B Preferred Stock financing of an innovative biotech company that is developing highly targeted antibody therapeutics.
Our attorneys negotiated contribution and joint venture agreements which resulted in the development of an $18.6 million parking facility located near Denver International Airport.
Michael Widland successfully guided Stamford Center for the Arts through bankruptcy protection and reorganization to become fiscally viable.
Shipman & Goodwin has been asked by the State Department of Education to provide guidance to local and regional school districts on best practices in implementing the new bullying statute.
Whether a policyholder may assign policy rights without its insurers' consent is an issue being litigated in forums across the country, and the appeal has national importance for insurance companies and for our client, The Hartford. The ruling represents an important victory in hotly contested litigation.
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