Marks Joins Messerli Kramer’s Equipment Leasing & Finance Team
SEP 7, 2021 - 6:20 am
Barry Marks, formerly of Marks & Evans, will be joining Messerli Kramer, a law firm based in Minnesota, and its growing team of attorneys in the equipment leasing and finance space.
“We are excited for Barry Marks to join the Messerli Kramer team,” Josh Hasko, president of Messerli Kramer, said. “Barry has been practicing in this specialized area of law for over 45 years and is a well-respected leader in the industry. I have worked with Barry as he has represented some of the industry’s largest and most well-known independents and bank and vendor captives. Few lawyers have his extensive experience in so many types of transactions. He has worked with virtually every equipment type—from trucks to commercial aircraft, manufacturing, and high tech. Barry’s experience, critical thinking and creativity will be an invaluable addition to our team.”
“Messerli Kramer’s equipment leasing and secured financing attorneys have extensive industry experience, including structuring equipment leasing and finance portfolios, asset-based lending, banking and finance litigation and creditor’s remedies,” Brett Larson, Minneapolis division chair at Messerli Kramer, said. “We have assisted major clients in the negotiation and documentation of multimillion-dollar commercial equipment lease transactions and secured financing and we are committed to the continued expansion of this national practice. Barry’s joining the Firm is an important part of that plan.”
“Being with this established commercial finance group will give me access to an accomplished team with an exceptional reputation,” Marks said. “Their eagerness to expand their equipment leasing and finance practice made this a great fit for me. More importantly, it has enabled me to ensure a seamless transition for my clients that doesn’t have any adverse effects on the level of service my firm has offered in the past. I am very excited to work with Messerli Kramer and be a part of their continued growth.”
Marks will continue to operate his practice from his Birmingham, AL office.
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