David C. Hiltebrand’s practice focuses on the representation of corporate borrowers and lenders in secured and unsecured commercial financings. David represents borrowers and lenders in secured and unsecured term, revolving and bridge loan facilities.
These loans include recapitalizations, property and company acquisition financings and lines of credit to fund business operations. David is also committed to providing pro bono service, including the review of cases for the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project’s Screening Committee.
He also served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Frank J. Santoro of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Norfolk, VA.
- Represented private equity fund in $70 million financing secured by five golf courses.
- Represented an independent investment management firm and its subsidiaries in securing a $50 million revolving loan facility.
- Represented publicly-traded energy company in $550 million term and $225 million revolving loan facilities in connection with an acquisition.
- Represents residential mortgage servicers and private equity lenders in revolving and term loans secured by Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and private label mortgage servicing rights and excess spread receivables.
- Represented a commercial mortgage investment fund in a $150 million revolving line of credit.
- Represented a Wall Street lender in the issuance and repurchasing of a $650 million multi-draw term loan facility to a mortgage servicing company.
- Routinely represents corporate borrowers in ongoing loan compliance inquiries and amendments.
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center, Senior Articles Editor, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, 2012
- BA, Psychology, University of Virginia, 2006
- US Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Virginia
- Member, Virginia and American Bar Associations
- Member, Screening Committee, Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project
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