University of Michigan School of Law, J.D. 2013
Kalamazoo College, B.A. 2010
Thomas Turner is an associate in the Banking group.
He represents financial institutions in lending transactions, especially with regard to the preparation, drafting, and negotiation of a variety of commercial loan agreements including secured, unsecured, and asset-backed agreements. He also has experience with syndicated loan transactions, loan sale agreements, and workouts.
Represented regional bank providing domestic and foreign credit facilities to a global manufacturer supported by domestic and foreign subsidiaries and the U.S. Ex-Im Bank.
Represented large national bank in providing domestic and foreign credit facilities to a high-tech manufacturer supported by the U.S. Ex-Im Bank.
Aided large regional bank in revising in-house form loan documentation to comply with updated law.
Represented national bank in closing a $100 million bilateral loan for an energy industry borrower.
Represented large national bank providing financing for an international renewable energy firm developing a deep-water off-shore wind project.
Represented large nation bank in providing financing for the acquisition of U.S. flagged commercial fishing vessels supported by commercial vessel mortgages.
Represented large national bank participating in asset-based secured facilities totaling approximately $2.1 billion including foreign and domestic facilities and exposure in multiple currencies.
Represented large national bank in a foreign-letter-of-credit supported domestic revolving line of credit facility to the domestic subsidiary of a large foreign automotive industry supplier.
Represented large national bank providing credit facilities to American subsidiaries supported by subordinated indebtedness owed to multiple Korean parent entities.
Represented Oakland County tech firm acquiring critical equity and debt financing for working capital and growth needs.
Represented a large national bank in acquisition of a portfolio of over 30 separate loans representing $200+ million in exposure and a tremendous growth opportunity for the firm’s client.
Assisted Low Income Tax Payer in completing income tax returns to ensure that they receive refunds and benefits they are entitled to.
Assisted a Michigan Not for Profit in drafting loan documentation in connection with a structured financing program aimed at increasing access to good food for low income populations and building farmer capacity in Michigan.
University of Michigan Law School
Honors in Voting Rights and Election Law
Michigan Journal of International Law
Contributing editor, 2012-2013
Associate editor, 2011-2012
Phi Beta Kappa
William G. Howard Memorial Prize in Economics
New Leaders Council of Detroit, Fellowship Class of 2016, Fellow
"Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements: Impact and Opportunity," (Co-author), Michigan International Lawyer, Spring 2016