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W. Graham Garrett Murtha Cullina LLP Associate

Associate

New Haven
Email: wgrahamgarrett@murthalaw.com
Phone: 203.772.7721
Fax: 860.240.5737

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  • New York

Education

  • Tulane University Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2017)
  • University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 2014)

W. Graham Garrett


W. Graham Garrett, an associate at Murtha Cullina, is a member of the Business and Finance Department and Real Estate Practice Group.

Graham represents lenders and borrowers in a wide range of transactions, and has substantial experience working on real estate finance transactions in the healthcare space. Graham’s practice also includes commercial leasing.

Prior to joining the firm, Graham represented financial institutions in the structuring, negotiation and documentation of a variety of credit products, including agented and syndicated corporate loans, trade and supply-chain financing and asset-based loans.

Graham is married, and he and his wife have a son.  Graham enjoys writing and playing music.

Representative Matters:

  • Represented an up-and-coming startup fund specializing in loans to small businesses as Administrative Agent in a $20 million loan to a New Orleans-based manufacturer/retailer of solar energy systems.  This allowed the borrower to expand their operations in Connecticut.
  • Represented an up-and-coming startup fund specializing in loans to small businesses in a series of transactions involving a $16 million loan which went to finance seven biomass-fueled power plants in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont.
  • Represented a successful owner/operator of long-term healthcare facilities in Connecticut as both borrower and purchaser in securing a $31,150,000 million loan which was used to acquire the real estate and business assets of five nursing homes across Connecticut.
  • Represented a major owner/operator of long-term healthcare facilities across New England in a sale/leaseback of 10 of its Connecticut and Massachusetts facilities, a transaction involving over $100 million in assets.  
  • Winner of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal Summer 2016 Write-on Competition.
  • Certificate in International and Comparative Law.
  • Judicial Intern for the Honorable Fredericka H. Wicker, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal, State of Louisiana.
  • United States v. Fafalios: Has the Fifth Circuit Taken the Wind from the Sails of the U.S. Government's Enforcement of APPS?, Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Volume 41 Number 2, Summer 2017.
  • Cruising to a Conclusion: The Third District Court of Appeal of Florida Modifies Florida's Forum Non Conveniens Doctrine in Abeid-Saba v. Carnival Corp., Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Volume 41 Number 1, Winter 2016.
Overview

W. Graham Garrett, an associate at Murtha Cullina, is a member of the Business and Finance Department and Real Estate Practice Group.

Graham represents lenders and borrowers in a wide range of transactions, and has substantial experience working on real estate finance transactions in the healthcare space. Graham’s practice also includes commercial leasing.

Prior to joining the firm, Graham represented financial institutions in the structuring, negotiation and documentation of a variety of credit products, including agented and syndicated corporate loans, trade and supply-chain financing and asset-based loans.

Graham is married, and he and his wife have a son.  Graham enjoys writing and playing music.

Representative Matters:

  • Represented an up-and-coming startup fund specializing in loans to small businesses as Administrative Agent in a $20 million loan to a New Orleans-based manufacturer/retailer of solar energy systems.  This allowed the borrower to expand their operations in Connecticut.
  • Represented an up-and-coming startup fund specializing in loans to small businesses in a series of transactions involving a $16 million loan which went to finance seven biomass-fueled power plants in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont.
  • Represented a successful owner/operator of long-term healthcare facilities in Connecticut as both borrower and purchaser in securing a $31,150,000 million loan which was used to acquire the real estate and business assets of five nursing homes across Connecticut.
  • Represented a major owner/operator of long-term healthcare facilities across New England in a sale/leaseback of 10 of its Connecticut and Massachusetts facilities, a transaction involving over $100 million in assets.  
Recognition
  • Winner of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal Summer 2016 Write-on Competition.
  • Certificate in International and Comparative Law.
Prior Experience
  • Judicial Intern for the Honorable Fredericka H. Wicker, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal, State of Louisiana.
Publications
  • United States v. Fafalios: Has the Fifth Circuit Taken the Wind from the Sails of the U.S. Government's Enforcement of APPS?, Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Volume 41 Number 2, Summer 2017.
  • Cruising to a Conclusion: The Third District Court of Appeal of Florida Modifies Florida's Forum Non Conveniens Doctrine in Abeid-Saba v. Carnival Corp., Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Volume 41 Number 1, Winter 2016.
Education
  • Tulane University Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2017)
  • University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 2014)
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