Overview

With a client-centered approach and a focus on making the most complex legal issues accessible, Meredith Morgan provides go-to counsel to institutional lenders and borrowers.

Meredith’s practice encompasses a range of financing transactions in a variety of industries, including international trade finance, private equity and acquisition finance, general asset-based lending, and mortgage warehouse and MSR financing.

Embracing the role of “lawyer as problem solver,” Meredith understands the value of open communication and a solutions-oriented approach.  With a background in communication studies, she prioritizes effective advocacy and user-friendly legal guidance.

Meredith also has an active pro bono practice, providing transactional support to organizations focused on meeting basic needs and alleviating poverty in the greater New York City area.

Before joining Zukerman Gore, Meredith worked in the commercial finance group of an AmLaw firm based in Chicago. Currently, she teaches negotiation at Brooklyn Law School.

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS

  • Representation of an agent bank on $1.1 billion secured uncommitted revolving credit facility for a major energy trader
  • Representation of a bank in numerous receivables purchases on existing supply chain finance platform

Admissions & Education

Education

  • The University of Michigan Law School, J.D., The Michigan Journal of Gender and Law
  • Michigan State University, B.A.

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • Illinois

Practice Areas

With a client-centered approach and a focus on making the most complex legal issues accessible, Meredith Morgan provides go-to counsel to institutional lenders and borrowers.

Meredith’s practice encompasses a range of financing transactions in a variety of industries, including international trade finance, private equity and acquisition finance, general asset-based lending, and mortgage warehouse and MSR financing.

Embracing the role of “lawyer as problem solver,” Meredith understands the value of open communication and a solutions-oriented approach.  With a background in communication studies, she prioritizes effective advocacy and user-friendly legal guidance.

Meredith also has an active pro bono practice, providing transactional support to organizations focused on meeting basic needs and alleviating poverty in the greater New York City area.

Before joining Zukerman Gore, Meredith worked in the commercial finance group of an AmLaw firm based in Chicago. Currently, she teaches negotiation at Brooklyn Law School.

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS

  • Representation of an agent bank on $1.1 billion secured uncommitted revolving credit facility for a major energy trader
  • Representation of a bank in numerous receivables purchases on existing supply chain finance platform

Education

  • The University of Michigan Law School, J.D., The Michigan Journal of Gender and Law
  • Michigan State University, B.A.

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • Illinois