Robinson Bradshaw Elects Three New ShareholdersPDF
Robinson Bradshaw is pleased to announce three new shareholders: James R. Cass, Luke Foster and Susan M. Huber.
Cass represents banks, business development companies, small investment business companies and borrowers in a broad variety of financing transactions. He advises clients on structuring, negotiating, documenting and administering senior credit facilities, second lien and mezzanine debt investments, and equity investments.
Cass earned his law degree from the University of Virginia. He graduated cum laude with two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Connecticut.
Foster is a corporate attorney who advises clients on a variety of investment and financing transactions, including mezzanine finance, senior lending, and fund formation and investment management. He regularly represents business development companies, small business investment companies and other junior capital providers, investment funds, senior lenders and borrowers in their investment, lending and capital raising activities.
Foster earned his law degree from the University of Virginia. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with highest distinction.
Huber’s litigation practice focuses on resolving employment and business disputes. Along with litigating complex matters in federal and state trial and appellate courts, she also counsels clients on employment and human resources concerns, including discrimination and harassment claims, wage and hour compliance, hiring and termination, and noncompetition agreements.
Huber earned her law degree magna cum laude from Wake Forest University as a James and Marie Mason Scholar, after receiving a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Duke University as a Benjamin N. Duke Scholar.