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Susan R. Goldfarb is special finance counsel in the Corporate Department. Her practice focuses on representing lenders and borrowers with regard to personal property secured…

Susan R. Goldfarb is special finance counsel in the Corporate Department. Her practice focuses on representing lenders and borrowers with regard to personal property secured transactions, structured finance transactions, commercial law transactions and real estate finance transactions. Susan has extensive experience in structuring transactions that require bankruptcy remote special purpose entities.

Susan has significant experience drafting and negotiating financing documents for secured and unsecured loans, receivables financing, syndicated loans, loan modifications, restructuring transactions, equipment finance loan documents, loan assumptions and lease assumptions. In addition, she routinely drafts and negotiates enforceability, non-consolidation, true sale and other reasoned legal opinions.

Susan’s pro bono work primarily involves assisting not-for-profit organizations obtain federal and state tax-exempt status. She has obtained tax exempt status for companies that provide maternal health care and operate a pre-school and primary school in Uganda, conduct medical missions in Myanmar, operate a summer camp for LGBTQ youth, and provide services, resources and support to teenage mothers.

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Originally published on May 4, 2020. Last updated as of September 23, 2020. The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston recently published updated Frequently Asked Questions and related documentation for the Main Street Lending Program’s Business and Nonprofit Facilities, to reflect that the Nonprofit Facilities are operational and to include multi-borrower loans. This client alert describes the main terms, issues and open questions for each of the five separate loan facilities available to eligible businesses and nonprofits under the Fed’s Main Street Lending Program.

About

Susan R. Goldfarb is special finance counsel in the Corporate Department. Her practice focuses on representing lenders and borrowers with regard to personal property secured…

Susan R. Goldfarb is special finance counsel in the Corporate Department. Her practice focuses on representing lenders and borrowers with regard to personal property secured transactions, structured finance transactions, commercial law transactions and real estate finance transactions. Susan has extensive experience in structuring transactions that require bankruptcy remote special purpose entities.

Susan has significant experience drafting and negotiating financing documents for secured and unsecured loans, receivables financing, syndicated loans, loan modifications, restructuring transactions, equipment finance loan documents, loan assumptions and lease assumptions. In addition, she routinely drafts and negotiates enforceability, non-consolidation, true sale and other reasoned legal opinions.

Susan’s pro bono work primarily involves assisting not-for-profit organizations obtain federal and state tax-exempt status. She has obtained tax exempt status for companies that provide maternal health care and operate a pre-school and primary school in Uganda, conduct medical missions in Myanmar, operate a summer camp for LGBTQ youth, and provide services, resources and support to teenage mothers.