Sean Corrado primarily represents financial institutions, corporate borrowers and private equity sponsors in a variety of structured and leveraged finance transactions, including commercial mortgage loan repurchase facilities, trade and supply chain financings and acquisition financings. He has also assisted clients with drafting and negotiating a broad range of contracts for the protection, development, transfer, and commercialization of intellectual property and technology.
During law school, Mr. Corrado served as the Senior Writing & Research Editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal.
- Ad hoc group of first lien lenders under a senior secured term and revolving credit facility with more than $1 billion outstanding in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases of The Hertz Corporation and 29 of its subsidiaries and affiliates.
- Steering committee of term loan lenders owed in excess of $2 billion with respect to the issuance of a new $450 million term loan facility to Cineworld Group Plc, a publicly-listed company on the London Stock Exchange and the world's second-largest cinema chain with operations in 10 countries, across 787 locations and 9,500 screens.
- JD, Fordham University School of Law, 2019
- BA, University of Pittsburgh, 2014, magna cum laude
- New York