Abigail Preissler is a member of the firm’s Business Transactions Group. She represents clients in all aspects of general corporate and transactional law with a primary focus on commercial finance transactions. Abby has experience representing banks, borrowers, funds, and other lenders in secured and unsecured, mezzanine, and other senior and subordinated lending transactions. She also has experience representing institutional lenders in commercial real estate lending transactions.
Abby has extensive experience representing both borrowers and lenders in all types of commercial finance transactions. In that role, she assists clients throughout the lending process by drafting, reviewing and negotiating loan documents, preparing, reviewing and analyzing due diligence and authority materials, and otherwise working with clients on all steps necessary to close transactions in a timely and efficient manner.
General Corporate Matters
Abby also represents clients in connection with general corporate matters, including entity formation, corporate governance, and restructuring. She assists clients with choice of entity considerations, operating agreements, limited partnership agreements, and other organizational documents in connection with all types of business structures.
Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Abby practiced at an AmLaw200 law firm in Hartford, Connecticut, where she worked on commercial lending transactions secured primarily by real estate assets. During law school, Abby volunteered for the Food Stamp Advocacy Project and clerked for the Michigan Poverty Law Program in Ann Arbor. She also served clients in the greater Detroit area as a student attorney for both the Community and Economic Development Clinic and the Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School.