Peter Jenka focuses his practice on corporate and transactional matters. Peter represents traditional and alternative lenders and borrowers in connection with a broad range of domestic and cross-border transactions.
Peter also drafts transaction documents including security documents, legal opinions, UCCs of all types, U-1s, joinder documents and secretary, closing and solvency certificates. Peter handles transaction closings and post-closing matters including finance-related elements of real estate documents, DACAs, SACAs, landlord collateral access agreements, insurance endorsements, credit card notifications, compliance guides and covenant charts.
During law school, Peter was a note and submissions editor for the Notre Dame Law Review.
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