Gordon Knox is a principal and co-chair of the firm’s Real Estate and Transaction Finance practice group with more than 50 lawyers. He is an experienced lawyer focusing on complex commercial, real estate and corporate transactions in the firm’s Baltimore and Washington, D.C., offices.
He handles all aspects of tax-exempt financings, commercial financings and affordable housing development financings. In the public finance area, he has extensive experience serving as bond counsel and counsel to issuers, bond purchasers and trustees. Gordon represents national, regional and community banks and other financial institutions in structuring, negotiating and documenting transactions involving New Markets Tax Credits, construction loans, SBA loans, letters of credit, equipment leases and commercial loans secured by real estate and/or personal property. Gordon advises lender in connection with troubled credits and has extensive experience in documenting and negotiating forbearance agreements and restructuring credit facilities. He also serves as outside general counsel to business owners and real estate developers.
Gordon has made presentations on a variety of topics within the areas of public finance and commercial finance.
American Bar Association
Fort Meade Alliance Board of Directors (2007-present)
Hands Along the Nile Development Services Board of Directors (2013-present)
Maryland Community Development Administration Revenue Bond Advisory Board (2009-present)
Maryland State Bar Association
National Association of Bond Lawyers
The Daily Record: Received "Leadership in Law" Award (2008)
University of Maryland Black Law Student Association Alumnus of the Year (2008)
We represented Stanley Black & Decker in its acquisition of the Powers Fasteners business that is conducted in 9 countrie...Read More
For over twenty years, lawyers at Miles & Stockbridge have represented financial institutions in structuring, documenting...Read More
After Congress amended Section 144(a) of the Internal Revenue Code to provide an additional exception to the capital expendit...Read More
A national investment bank with its primary office in New York was selected by the State of Maryland to act as Underwriter in...Read More
Understanding the value of a waterfront resort as a means of economic development, Prince George's County, Maryland issued it...Read More
The Board of Education of Washington County wanted to establish a school for the arts in Hagerstown. However, finding a finan...Read More
Private schools are constantly looking for ways to set themselves apart from other schools and to provide a higher quality of...Read More