Troutman Pepper names new office managing partner in Princeton

Troutman Pepper last week said it appointed managing partners to five of its offices. The positions were effective May 1.

In the firm’s Princeton office, Delia Donahue was named a partner in the Finance and Restructuring Practice Group, Troutman Pepper announced. Troutman Pepper also announced that four other attorneys have been named as new office managing partners in the firm’s Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco offices.

“We are grateful for Delia’s willingness to take on this important leadership role in addition to the demands of her busy practice,” Tom Cole, Troutman Pepper managing partner, said. “Delia will continue to build on her predecessor’s efforts, focusing on strategic growth and actively representing our firm in the local community.”

“I am thrilled to take on this leadership role,” Donahue said. “I look forward to continuing to support my clients while mentoring our associates and helping to grow the firm.”

Clients trust Donahue to guide them in their corporate finance decisions and help them manage complex commercial lending transactions, restructurings and workouts. She represents borrowers and lenders in real estate acquisition and development loans, asset-based loans, including equipment, inventory and receivables financing, construction loans, fund finance, including subscription facilities and partner loans, affordable housing loans, working capital lines of credit and any number of other commercial loan facilities. Donahue is experienced in the corporate finance area, working on the debt aspects of asset and stock acquisitions and private equity investments. She also has handled warehouse lending and mezzanine lending transactions and negotiated complex legal opinions for multistate finance and other commercial transactions.

In addition to her successful legal practice, Donahue is active in a number of civic and charitable organizations and serves on the Scientific Review Committee of Penn Medicine, Princeton Health.

The other new OMPs, their offices, and practice groups are:

  • Miranda Hooker, Boston, Health Sciences Litigation;
  • Susan Charles, Chicago, Environmental and Natural Resources;
  • Tambry Bradford, Los Angeles, Business Litigation; and
  • Kalama Lui-Kwan, San Francisco, Consumer Financial Services.