Anna Dodson structures and negotiates debt finance transactions. She is a partner in Goodwin’s Debt Finance practice.
Ms. Dodson advises sponsors, borrowers and lenders in debt financings up and down the capital structure and in a variety of transactions, including leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, restructurings, and structured financings. She also advises credit, debt and opportunity funds and other non-bank lenders in structuring and executing their leverage and liquidity strategies, including bank lines, notes offerings, warehouse facilities and securitizations. Ms. Dodson has significant workout experience, including advising banks and non-bank finance companies in out-of-court restructurings. She advises distressed and special situation lenders, as well as sellers of and investors in distressed financial assets.
Ms. Dodson serves on Goodwin’s Opinion Committee. She is the founder of the firm’s Neighborhood Business Initiative, a firm project that provides pro bono legal services to low income businesses in Massachusetts, New York and California. She has been honored for her pro bono and civic work, including receiving the John Adams and John Quincy Adams Pro Bono Publico Award by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Ms. Dodson is recognized in Chambers USA.
Duke University School of Law
The Fletcher School