Eileen P. Baldwin

Counsel

  • Overview

    Biography

    Eileen Baldwin's practice is concentrated in the area of commercial and asset-based finance involving the representation of institutional lenders and borrowers in structuring, negotiating, and documenting sophisticated financing transactions.

    She has extensive experience in the financing of regulated health care facilities, including nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

  • Experience
    • Experience

      Experience

      • Representation of a national banking institution in numerous financial transactions, including those in which the bank has provided credit support in conjunction with the issuance of revenue bonds by the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) on behalf of qualified borrowers. Robinson & Cole represented the bank regarding its issuance of a $72.2 million direct pay letter of credit on behalf of Hartford HealthCare Corporation and its hospital subsidiaries as credit support for certain revenue bonds issued by CHEFA. The issuance of the bonds and related letter of credit was in conjunction with an overall debt restructuring by the hospital subsidiaries in the approximate amount of $400 million, which was structured through the use of a Master Trust Indenture.

      • Represented a lender, as administrative and collateral agent and a lender, in a $9,500,000 senior secured construction-to permanent term loan facility, and also as the sole lender in a contemporaneous $6,150,000 senior subordinated construction-to-permanent term loan facility, provided to a borrower to fund the construction costs associated with the design, procurement, and installation of a 10.3 MW gas-fired combined co-generation and ice production facility in Staten Island, New York, secured by all personal and real property assets of the borrower and its affiliates, including their respective rights under all contracts with procurement contractors, interconnection agreements, and maintenance agreements and involving associated intercreditor, interparty, and other third-party issues. Assisted the client in evaluating the permitting and environmental requirements for and status of the borrower's co-generation facility as well as interacting with state agencies involved in the permitting process and with tax abatements.

      • Represented a lender in a series of secured credit facilities involving working capital facilities, term loans, and mortgage loans, as well as related interest rate protection arrangements, to an integrated group of affiliate corporations.

    • Professional Associations

      Professional Associations

      American Bar Association
      Business Law Section

      Connecticut Bar Association
      Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section