Timothy P. Kober
Mr. Kober is a counsel in the firm's Finance practice group. His practice focuses on the representation of domestic and international institutional lenders and corporate borrowers in syndicated secured loan transactions, subordinated loan facilities, workouts and other commercial financing transactions. In addition, he has represented corporate trustees in all aspects of their trust, fiduciary and agency business, as indenture trustee, registrar, paying agent, transfer agent, escrow agent, conversion agent, administrative agent, collateral agent, intercreditor representative, and custodian of accounts and other securities in traditional corporate capital markets and in finance transactions.
While at law school, Mr. Kober was a member of the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law and authored an article titled "Too Many Men on the Field: Why congress Should Punt on the Antitrust Debate Overshadowing Collegiate Football and the Bowl Championship Series" (15 Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law 57 (2005)).
Prior to law school, Mr. Kober worked as a scientist in the pharmaceutical industry. He conducted research in drug discovery and coauthored an article titled 'Development of a Fluorescence Polarization AKT Serine/Threonine Kinase Assay Using an Immobilized Metal Ion Affinity-Based Technology' (ASSAY and Drug Development Technologies, Aug. 2003, Vol. 1, No. 4: 545-553).
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