Banking & Finance in Texas
2501 N. Harwood St.,, Ste 1800, Dallas, TX 75201
This firm was founded more than 25 years ago with a simple but challenging goal. We sought to provide the very best qualities of a large, traditional law firm with the client focus, responsiveness and efficiency that larger firms simply cannot offer. Over time, we have built a team of experienced lawyers who are committed to this philosophy of practicing law.
We believe in working with our clients in a way that we would want to be treated if we were the client. That includes knowing our clients’ businesses, building strong relationships, and being responsive. We believe it’s not enough to simply identify a roadblock or say why something cannot be done. We use our experience and the knowledge of our clients’ businesses to develop practical, creative solutions to help make the deal go through or tip the balance in the litigation.
In both transactions and litigation, our team has world-class experience in a range of practice areas including banking, real estate, finance, leasing, bankruptcy, construction law, dispute resolution, corporate law, and probate and trust, just to name a few.
We’re proud of the close relationships we build with our clients, who trust us with their most challenging legal issues.
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Jonathan Thalheimer and his fellow banking and finance professionals at McGuire Craddock provide services to clients as they navigate the many transactions touched upon by these disciplines. Jonathan’s ability to communicate clearly, to think strategically, and to negotiate effectively allows him to counsel and represent clients ranging from individuals and small privately held businesses to publicly traded corporations. He focuses his practice on complex finance, banking and commercial real estate transactions including portfolio, construction, commercial mortgage backed securities and conduit lending, loan syndications, interest rate caps and swaps, aircraft financing, and other structured finance transactions as well as commercial real estate sales, acquisitions and development.
Jonathan is a frequent lecturer and has authored papers on a variety of topics, most recently on High Volatility Commercial Real Estate regulations, on LIBOR history and transition proposals, on Texas Title Insurance coverage, on Negotiation and Documentation of Commercial Real Estate Construction Loans and on Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities.
Jonathan has held numerous leadership positions in legal and professional organizations on a local and national level. He is an elected fellow of both the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA) where he serves as the Texas State Chair and of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers where he serves as the Vice Chair of the Capital Markets committee.