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Attorney Richard E. Petershack

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Phone 608.283.6726 Location
Legal Assistant: Lisa Thomaschek
Phone: 608.283.6759

About

Richard (Rick) Petershack is a partner in the firm and member of the Business Practice Group. His practice focuses on commercial real estate, commercial lending, banking law, mediation, and acting as underwriters’ counsel in bond transactions.

Mr. Petershack represents developers in large transactions, including purchases and sales, and land development activities. He also does extensive work for his real estate and business clients in reviewing and structuring financing options. He recently represented the developer of an $80 million mixed use in-fill project using a HUD-insured construction/permanent loan.

For his lender clients, Mr. Petershack works extensively in real estate and business financing, including working capital and asset-based loans, and letter of credit enhancement (low floater) transactions.

Mr. Petershack is also actively involved in the Dane County Case Mediation Program and has mediated a variety of business disputes.

Mr. Petershack has industry experience with local, regional and national lenders and real estate development firms. He also has experience in business financing for small, medium and large businesses, public finance including underwriter representation, complex real estate and business transactions and often works with multi-layered financing, public financing and significant deed restriction issues.

Education:
J.D., cum laude, Order of the Coif, University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Oberlin College


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2 E. Mifflin Street
PO Box 1767
608.257.5661
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N20W22961
Watertown Rd
262.524.8500

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