Representing Pulaski Bank, a St. Louis-based financial institution, since 1994, our relationship includes two corporate reorganizations, three public offerings, one whole bank acquisition and compliance with SEC reporting and governance requirements. Additionally, we have represented Pulaski Bank and its holding company on executive compensation and employee benefits matters, including assisting in the design and implementation of a stock and cash-based bonus program and related deferred compensation plan for its mortgage banking division. Most recently, we have represented our client and its holding company in its issuance of preferred stock and warrants to purchase shares of its common stock through the U.S. Treasury Department's TARP Capital Purchase Program. Pulaski Bank has become one of the largest home mortgage lenders in the St. Louis metro area. Since our relationship began in 1994, Pulaski Bank has grown from $190 million in assets with five offices to $1.4 billion in assets and 12 full service offices and five loan offices today.

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Restructuring of CMBS trusts and related portfolios
The firm served as lead counsel in representing a private equity firm in connection with restructurings of CMBS trusts and related portfolios. more
Counsel to the City of Atlanta related to the design construction of an elevated light rail system for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Represented the City of Atlanta on matters related to the design, building and operation of an approximately $200 million dollar elevated light more