Gina Jacobs is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group. She focuses on business planning and commercial transactions, commercial finance, and mergers and acquisitions.
Over the course of a law career that spans more than 30 years, Gina has advised privately held businesses with their business planning, contracting, finance, and acquisition and divestiture needs. Her knowledge of contract and commercial law and finance makes her an asset to her clients as they grow and expand their businesses. She has provided counsel to companies in a diverse range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, gaming, telecommunications, construction, and Native American tribes and enterprises.
Gina also represents borrowers and lenders in structuring and documenting credit facilities of all types. These include secured and unsecured term and revolving credit facilities for working capital, property and facility acquisition and development, construction, and equipment financing. She has dealt with all types of collateral from machinery and equipment, farm products, stock and LLC interest, deposit and securities accounts to legal fees and intellectual property rights. Gina also draws on her background in commercial and lending transactions to assist clients with strategies for collecting and maximizing recovery for troubled loans.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gina M. Jacobs