Neil O’Donnell’s corporate and finance practice spans nearly 25 years of experience counseling clients, small and large, in a variety of commercial matters across a breadth of industries.
Through private practice and as in-house counsel, Neil brings to Odin Feldman Pittleman deep knowledge of mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial finance, strategic transactions and special projects. He has extensive experience with construction, infrastructure and operations arrangements, ranging from public works to advanced technologies.
His comprehensive practice covers private equity, venture capital and larger-scale capital-markets investments. He has drafted and negotiated a diversity of corporate arrangements, including stock and asset purchase agreements, merger agreements, shareholder, membership and joint-venture agreements, and a broad range of supporting documentation within the multiple industries in which his clients operate. This wealth of experience also affords him extensive knowledge of corporate formation and corporate governance issues.
Neil also has represented borrowers and lenders in a variety of financial transactions—secured and unsecured—including project and infrastructure financing, real-estate financing, acquisition financing, asset-based financing, leveraged-finance transactions, leasing, securitizations and letters of credit. He has structured, drafted and negotiated loan and security documents and supporting documentation related to such financial transactions, including syndicated loan facility documents and specialty finance documents.
Prior to joining OFP, Neil was a partner at Nixon Peabody and Kelley Drye & Warren.
University of North Carolina School of Law, 1996
- J.D., with Honors
Georgetown University, 1991
- A.B., International Relations/Russian & E. European Area Studies
- District of Columbia
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Corporate Finance
- Private Equity
- Project & Real-Estate Finance
- Banking & Finance
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