The firm’s Commercial Lending practice represents international, national, regional and community banks, large financial institutions and private and other non-traditional loan providers throughout the full lifecycle of the lending process – from commitment to closing. The practice focuses on real estate and asset-based financing, construction lending, mezzanine and junior capital loan structuring and negotiating and documenting loan participation agreements and syndicated credit facilities, as well as corporate mergers and acquisition financing. The practice team will also provide counseling to lenders in loan forbearance, workout and restructuring agreements, foreclosures and litigation matters.
“We are tremendously excited to launch our Commercial Lending practice,” said Managing Member James B. Kinsel. “Commercial financing is a significant economic driver for the Washington Metro area, and forming this practice team furthers our ability to be a leader in the business community. “David brings with him a breadth of knowledge regarding commercial finance and lending and we look forward to the level of sophistication that he will bring to our clients.”
With over 20 years’ experience, David focuses his practice on complex commercial transactions. He will lead the firm’s Commercial Lending practice and is also a member of the Real Estate, Construction Law, and Business Transactions teams. David comes to Protorae from a regional law firm and as a previous principal and president of his own title and settlement services firm. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional for the design, construction and operation of green buildings. David received his Juris Doctorate from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from Rollins College.
Established in 2010, Protorae Law is a Tysons, Virginia based business law firm which focuses its practice on Corporate & Business Entities, Government Contracts, Employment Law, Real Estate, Construction Law, Trusts and Estates, Business Breakups, and Business Litigation.