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jadolph@winstead.com

John Adolph is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. John represents both lenders and borrowers in a variety of financing structures, including real estate loans, asset-based lending, mezzanine financings, and syndicated credit facilities. Additionally, he works with public and private businesses on general corporate and transactional issues, including entity formation and mergers and acquisitions.  

John represents financial institutions, non-traditional lenders, developers, and investors in connection with (i) commercial real estate loans for office, retail, healthcare and residential developments as well as energy projects, telecom assets, and manufacturing properties; (ii) asset-based lending for various operating businesses, including cash-flow and asset-based financings; and (iii) loan workouts, including forbearance agreements, loan assumptions, foreclosures, and all phases of post-foreclosure property management. He also represents startups and emerging and established businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs with company formations, financings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, vendor agreements, and technology transactions.

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