Glenn Reitman represents US and foreign lenders and borrowers in structuring, negotiating and documenting finance transactions with a focus on commercial, real estate, oil and gas, project and structured financing.

In addition, his practice includes maritime, private equity and project and stadium, EX-IM Bank finance, leveraged buyout and structured products and loan workouts, restructuring, recapitalization and reorganization transactions.

Glenn's finance experience also includes representing financial institutions as counterparties in structuring, negotiating and documenting over-the-counter derivatives transactions.

Glenn has experience in maritime transactions, including construction contracts, financings, acquisitions, sale and purchase of vessels, complex time and bareboat charters and registration of vessels under the flags of Panama, United States, Vanuatu and other jurisdictions.

Glenn's real estate experience focuses on representing national and regional retail, commercial and industrial tenants and owners, and large and small office building landlords, tenants and managers in all aspects of lease negotiations, drafting and counseling. This work includes restructuring of existing leases, ground leases, net leases and sale-leaseback transactions and acquisition, disposition, pre-development and development of commercial sites, hotels, retail properties, office properties and multi-family properties, in all aspects of transactions including acquisition/disposition, pre-development and development.

Glenn's energy and oil and gas practice focuses on project finance; the purchase and sale of crude oil and refined products; transportation of oil and refined products; acquisitions and sales of producing properties through stock acquisitions, exploration and development programs and joint operating arrangements; expansion, construction and acquisition of refineries and pipelines; and acquisition of pipeline rights of way.

Glenn's chemical industry practice has focused on the sale of business units and subsidiaries; purchase and sale of chemicals and other products; steam and electricity agreements with adjacent cogeneration facilities; purchase of feedstocks, logistics and other transportation issues (rail, pipeline, truck and barge); integration and sharing of services, utilities and fuel streams with adjoining plant owners; and management of real estate and pipeline assets.