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Emeline Yang has been involved in a wide variety of commercial lending transactions on behalf of lending institutions and business entities in various industries since 1995. She has been a member of Winstead's Finance & Lending practice since she joined the firm in 1997. In addition to her legal practice, Emeline has taken leadership roles in bar and community organizations. She serves on civic and professional boards and contributes to various programs throughout the community and the bar.

Representative Experience

  • Represents and advises financial institutions and borrowing entities in all types of business finance transactions including acquisition financings, secured and unsecured financings, single lender and syndicate lending, participations, debtor-in-possession financings, debt workouts and restructures, mezzanine financing, complex intercreditor and subordination arrangements, and middle market and asset-based financings
  • Represents clients in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, real estate, sports, financial services, retail, restaurants, energy, sports, media and telecommunications, insurance and healthcare 

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