Louis J. Seminski, Jr. is a shareholder on the Banking & Financial Services group and the Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights group at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. Mr. Seminski represents institutional lenders, borrowers, commercial banks and investors in structuring, negotiating and documenting commercial real estate transactions and financings. He is also adept at drafting and negotiating all forms of commercial loan documentation for multi-state transactions.
Additionally, Mr. Seminski's experience extends to advising businesses of all sizes in connection with general corporate law matters, including drafting governing documents such as by-laws and operating agreements, negotiating and preparing restrictive covenants, structuring and documenting sale and purchase transactions. He also represents businesses in the restaurant and hospitality industry in government licensing and permitting, including liquor licensing, and related aspects of such transactions. His extensive experience in litigating complex commercial business and banking matters, restructurings and workouts, informs his ability to address legal concerns that can arise throughout the entire business and transactional life cycle.
Actively involved in civic activities, Mr. Seminski serves as Chairman of the Raritan Bay Area YMCA. He also participates in student mentoring programs at St. Joseph’s High School in Metuchen and Rutgers Law School, his alma maters.