Robert E. Harig

Robert E. Harig

Bob represents individuals and businesses in the manufacturing, distribution, supply and service industries with respect to commercial transactions, contracts, acquisitions, financings and day-to-day corporate counseling. Additionally, Bob represents banks and financial institutions on all types of lending transactions, and he represents owners and landlords of commercial real estate.

Bob has successfully represented and advised many businesses in a variety of ways, including organizing new business ventures; structuring, negotiating and closing merger and acquisition transactions; advising on shareholder disputes; guiding companies through private equity and debt financing transactions; and developing buy-sell agreements among business owners. Bob has helped clients work through their business expansion opportunities, shareholder and operating agreements, equipment purchases, distribution and supply arrangements, and joint ventures. His background in public accounting (CPA, 1992) and in business adds value to his clients.

Bob has significant experience in representing banks and financial institutions on loan transactions. He has successfully structured, negotiated and closed all types of lending transactions, including revolving and term credit facilities, real estate mortgage loans, construction loans and asset-based loans, industrial development revenue bond financing, and tax credit lending. Bob has successfully advised banks on a number of restructuring and workout transactions and he counsels lenders on UCC, collateralization, and other matters pertinent to their loan structures.

Bob also has extensive experience all kinds of commercial real estate transactions, including purchases, sales and leases.  He has negotiated and drafted commercial real estate purchase agreements and ancillary agreements with respect to single and multi-tenant properties.  He represents commercial landlords in the drafting and negotiation of office, industrial, and retail leases, including complex provisions related to tenant improvements, landlord work, rights of first offer, and term extensions.  

Primary Areas of Practice: 
Banking & Finance
Business Counseling
Business Transactions
Real Estate