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Raymond Weicker

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Raymond Weicker, J.D. Adjunct


Bankruptcy and restructuring; debt instruments

Educational Background

J.D. (1995) Brooklyn Law School 

M.B.A. (2018), University of Massachusetts - Lowell 

M.S., Finance (2017), University of Massachusetts - Lowell 

B.A., Environmental Studies (1992), Franklin & Marshall College


Raymond Weicker, J.D., is a partner at Qua, Hall, Harvey and Walsh where his practice focuses on: Banking, Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Municipal Law, and Real Estate, providing broad based legal support and strategic advice in connection with commercial lending (secured and unsecured financing, cash flow and asset-based financing, sponsor-backed acquisition financing, cross-border financing, etc.), transaction specific structures, negotiations, reviewing and drafting documentation, as well as recovery and compliance related matters. He litigates on behalf of, and defends positions held by, secured and unsecured lenders in bankruptcy, and participates in debtor-in-possession financing decisions. Weicker has extensive Municipal Law experience in zoning, land-use, liquor licensing, taxes and cell tower location. Retired Army Officer (U.S.A.R.): Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG) and Psychological Operations (PSYOP).

Organizations: CAIDE Systems, Inc. Board of Directors - Northeast Legal Aid