Michael F. O’Shea, Partner in the Commercial Lending and Banking Practice Group, represents institutional lenders, concentrating on the documentation of credit facilities on their behalf.
These transactions include revolving credit facilities, asset based facilities, aircraft financings, ship mortgages, highly leveraged transactions, real estate mortgages and private bank facilities.
They also include government sponsored or guaranteed facilities, such as the United States Small Business Administration 7A and 504 loan programs.
In addition, his extensive experience includes the documentation of credit facilities extended to not-for-profit entities and the formation and governance of not-for-profit entities.
Over the course of his career, Mr. O’Shea has represented lenders in connection with facilities involving various agencies, development corporations and municipalities. These include but are not limited to: New York City Industrial Development Authority; New York State Medical Care Facilities Finance Agency; New York State Housing Finance Agency; New York State Affordable Housing Agency; State of New York Mortgage Agency; New York State Dormitory Authority; Empire State Certified Development Corporation; New York Business Development Corporation; Long Island Development Corporation; Town of Islip Industrial Development Authority; Greater Jamaica Development Corporation; and Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
A graduate of Marist College and Brooklyn Law School, he is admitted to practice in the state of New York.
Active in his community, Mr. O’Shea serves as Vice President of the Catholic Child Care Society of the Diocese of Brooklyn and St. John’s Home for Boys.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1982
Marist College, B.S., 1979
Catholic Child Care Society of the Diocese of Brooklyn, Vice President
St. John’s Residence for Boys, Vice President