Joe Scibilia leads the firm’s Leveraged Finance practice. He focuses his practice on commercial finance matters and has more than twenty years of experience in complex commercial finance transactions.
Mr. Scibilia has extensive experience representing both lenders and borrowers in complex commercial financing transactions. His practice includes the representation of public and private companies, as well as foreign and domestic financial institutions. His practice focuses on representing lenders and borrowers in debt financings, including syndicated credit facilities on both a leveraged and investment grade basis, cash flow and asset-based financings, secured and unsecured credit facilities, letter of credit facilities, first lien and second lien financings, bridge loan financings, acquisition financings, asset securitizations, subordinated debt facilities, real estate financings, and debtor-in-possession financings. Mr. Scibilia also represents financial institutions and customers of financial institutions in connection with interest rate hedge transactions, loan syndications and participations, loan sales, workouts and debt restructurings.
Mr. Scibilia was honored by BTI Consulting Group as one of 307 attorneys nationwide to be selected to its Client Service All-Stars 2013. He received this distinction for delivering the absolute best client service to Fortune 1000 companies. Mr. Scibilia is AV® Preeminent™ rated for Banking & Finance Law by Martindale-Hubbell.*
* CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedure's standards and policies.
Professional & Community Activities
Action Ministries Inc., Board of Directors, Member
American Bar Association, Member
Business Law Section
Business Financing Committee
Commercial Finance Committee
Uniform Commercial Code Committee
Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys, Member
Atlanta Bar Association, Business Law Section, Member
State Bar of Georgia, Business Law Section, Uniform Commercial Code Committee, Member
St. John’s Law Review, Former Member