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Josh Abram counsels businesses in the areas of corporate transactions and lending. In his corporate practice, Mr. Abram handles mergers and acquisitions, and also deals with corporate governance, general organization matters, and private financings, including tender offers, stock sales and minority acquisitions.  He represents borrowers and lenders in syndicated and unsyndicated credit arrangements.

Mr. Abram represents financial institutions and public and private companies.  His clients include early stage ventures, technology companies (including fintech), public utilities and major consumers of electricity, as well as family offices.  His clients appreciate his sensibility in navigating the interpersonal dynamics of complex negotiations.

While in law school, Mr. Abram served as a legal extern for the Federal Public Defenders Office in Raleigh, North Carolina, and also served as an investigator at the Duke Law Innocence Project. During his undergraduate studies, he was the co-founder of the Harvard Undergraduate Legal Aid Volunteers.

Representative Experience

  • Represented a U.S. bank, as administrative agent, in connection with a $392.5 million senior unsecured revolving credit facility for the Putnam Funds Family of Funds for the purpose of liquidity.
  • Represented a U.S. bank, as administrative agent, in connection with a $150 million senior unsecured uncommitted line of credit, for certain open end and closed end ’40 Act funds in the Nuveen Family of Funds for the purpose of liquidity.
  • Represented publicly-traded Telecommunication Systems, Inc., in connection with its acquisition by Comtech Telecommunications Corp. in a reverse triangular merger.