Ulmer Adds Experienced Corporate Finance Attorney to Cleveland Office

Ulmer & Berne LLP is proud to announce the addition of Counsel Matthew I. Pollack to its Cleveland office. Pollack is an experienced business attorney who concentrates his practice on representing businesses in all types of financing transactions.

“We are pleased to welcome Matthew to Ulmer where his finance and corporate skill set will be a tremendous asset to our business clients,” said Howard Groedel, Group Leader of Ulmer’s Business Law Practice Group. “He is a talented lawyer, and his experience as former in-house counsel for a large public company makes him a great addition to our team.”

Pollack joins Ulmer from Covia Holdings Corporation, a publicly held minerals and materials supplier in Cleveland, Ohio, where he held the position of Corporate Counsel. There he provided counsel on a variety of legal matters, managed corporate reorganizations, and worked with business unit leaders to implement new business strategies.

In his practice, Pollack works closely with corporate clients advising them with respect to a comprehensive range of commercial business matters, including terms and conditions of sales and acquisitions, secured and unsecured financing, acquisition financing, asset-based loans, real estate loans, and mezzanine lending transactions. Matthew also has experience working with clients in the health care industry, including skilled nursing and assisted living facility owners and operators in the purchase, sale, and financing of long-term care facilities.

Pollack received his undergraduate degree with honors from The Ohio State University, his Master of Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management, and his law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law.

Ulmer’s Business Law Practice Group is dedicated to helping its clients achieve their full potential by combining legal experience with business acumen and creativity. The practice represents a wide variety of businesses, including public companies, private equity groups, venture funds and their portfolio companies, financial institutions, middle market companies, family offices, entrepreneurs, and emerging growth companies in national, international, and cross-border transactions.