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Henry Bonner
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

PO Box 530, Southport, CT 06890

 

Francine Boone
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

1234 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

 

Francine Thornton Boone
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

985 Jolly Rd, Blue Bell, PA 19422, USA

 

Michael Bordy
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

1100 Glendon Avenue, FL 15, Los Angeles, CA 90024

 

Michael Bordy negotiates and documents a wide variety of business and real estate transactions, including purchase and sale of businesses and real estate, real estate financing and leasing transactions. Dr. Bordy represents clients involved in commercial office building development and management companies, with vast experience in negotiating and documenting real estate financing, loan work-outs, commercial leasing and advising, negotiating and documenting the purchase and sale of residential and commercial real property. Dr. Bordy has acted as local counsel for out-of-state law firms involved in commercial real estate financing, providing advice on land use and title issues, reviewing loan documentation and providing opinions of counsel. Dr. Bordy has also utilized his Ph.D. in biology in representing landowners and lessees in compliance with CERCLA and SARA, California environmental laws and advising, negotiating and documenting environmental aspects of real estate transactions.

John Brantley
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

711 Louisiana St, Houston, TX 77002, USA

 

John Brantley has experience advising United States and international companies on the risks and benefits of expansion and operation out-bound from, and in-bound to, the U.S. He has knowledge of the cultural and practical side of international operations acquired through personal experience on the ground in Central Asia, China, the Middle East, South America and the United Kingdom. Additionally, John has advised international companies (including state owned enterprises), private equity firms and strategic buyers and sellers on the intricacies of investing in the securities of U.S. public and private companies in traditional and auction transactions. This experience, coupled with his market knowledge, enables him to identify the factors critical to the success of a transaction at an early stage so that strategies may be developed to improve outcomes. His securities experience includes private and public offerings in the U.S. and internationally of debt and equity securities for state-owned and private enterprises, including initial public offerings, follow-on offerings and Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings for listing in the U.S. and London. John’s evaluation of disclosure issues is based on knowledge of the unique disclosure issues applicable in the oil and gas, chemical and banking industries acquired through years of practice. He advises boards of directors and committees on disclosure and corporate governance issues, issues regarding board structure and composition, executive compensation, director independence and fiduciary duties in a variety of contexts. His knowledge enables him to provide perspective to clients in successfully resolving governance disputes among management, the board of directors and the stockholders.