Victor Roehm III focuses his practice on commercial and public finance transactions as well as other corporate and real estate transactional matters.
Victor has extensive experience representing financial institutions and borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured loan transactions. His finance experience includes syndicated credit facilities, borrowing base financings, mezzanine loans, real estate secured term and construction loans for office buildings, retail centers, housing developments, hotels and health care facilities, lines of credit and factoring agreements. He advises his clients in connection with loan workouts, restructurings, foreclosures, discounted payoffs and deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure. Victor also has substantial public finance experience including acting as bond counsel, underwriting’s counsel, letter of credit bank counsel, borrower’s counsel and issuer’s counsel on a variety of tax-exempt bond financings.
Victor has also represented corporate and business clients in connection with a variety of transactional matters from entity formation and restructuring to complex mergers and acquisitions. He also regularly represents clients in connection with the acquisition, sale and leasing of real property. Victor has experience representing clients in the highly-regulated healthcare, cannabis and hemp industries.
Victor previously counseled clients on commercial finance and real estate transactions as an associate at Snell & Wilmer from 2005-2012. Just prior to his return to the firm, Victor was a Partner and Co-Chair of the Banking and Finance practice group at Sussman & Shank LLP.
Represented a major financial institution and managed a team of lawyers in connection with the restructuring of a $100 million commercial real estate-secured loan portfolio involving real estate assets in eight different jurisdictions.
Advised a regional financial institution in connection with a loan to facilitate the transition of ownership from the founder to an ESOP.
Ongoing representation of a Washington public port district in connection with publicly-issued and privately-held tax exempt bonds and matters related to potential public private partnerships.
Advised a client in connection with the acquisition of a controlling interest in a global agricultural company and the financing of operations.
Counseled client on a plan to restructure numerous family-owned farming and ranching business entities to implement a succession plan for the current owners.
Served on a counsel team on sale and acquisition transactions totaling $300+ million for a client operating assisted living, memory care and independent care campuses in Washington, Oregon and California. These complex transactions involved sales to a publicly-traded REIT and acquisition of 11 single-tenant, triple net lease properties, and licensed senior housing facilities and 1031 tax-deferred exchanges. The triple net lease replacement properties are medical, industrial and retail properties located in Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, Colorado, Illinois and Arizona. This was a high-level, complex transaction because of the relationship between the health care sales and the tax-deferred exchange acquisitions.
Advised a client in connection with the sale of a vertically-integrated Oregon cannabis company.
Represented the principal of an Oregon winery in connection with the restructuring of the lease for the winery’s tasting room and related facilities.
University of Cincinnati College of Law (J.D., 2001)
Fellow, Center for Corporate Law
Ohio University (B.A., Business Administration, magna cum laude, 1998)