Katten Adds Shana Ramirez to its Los Angeles Commercial Finance Practice

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Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP announced today that it has expanded its Commercial Finance practice with the addition of Shana Ramirez as a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles – Century City office.

“Shana’s outstanding skills and experience in handling complex financial transactions will be an asset to our excellent Commercial Finance group,” said Katten Chairman Roger P. Furey.

Ramirez represents financial institutions, corporate and private equity clients in a variety of financings and arrangements, including acquisition finance, asset-based credit facilities and general corporate matters. She counsels clients on matters of leveraged finance, subordinated financings, investment grade credit facilities, subscription facilities, transactions involving real estate and intercreditor arrangements. Her experience spans a variety of industries and businesses with multijurisdictional operations, including technology, entertainment, health care, real estate, hospitality and leisure.

“We continue to build our dynamic team in a way that expands client services that help meet important business objectives,” said Michael Jacobson, national head of Katten’s Commercial Finance practice. “Shana is an ideal fit for our group, and we’re excited to work with her.”

Ramirez has a strong history of pro bono service in Southern California, ranging from assisting domestic violence victims with U visa applications to helping families with adoption petitions. Ramirez previously was a senior associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP.

About Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

In 1974, 24 attorneys formed Katten Muchin Zavis in Chicago. Every year since then, Katten has evolved in anticipation of our clients’ changing needs. Today, Katten is the full-service law firm our founding partners envisioned, with more than 600 attorneys in locations across the United States and in London and Shanghai.

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