ABOUT Paul Breme

Of Counsel

Paul is a seasoned commercial attorney and business leader with more than 20 years of sophisticated legal experience. He knows the needs of companies and their inhouse legal departments, having served most recently as General Counsel for Kalamata Capital Group, a national fintech business, and, prior to that, as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Talen Energy Corp., a publicly-traded, Fortune 500 company. Paul also has worked in the finance departments of the prominent international law firms King & Spalding and Cahill Gordon & Reindel. He brings a wealth of experience representing businesses in strategic matters and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Paul is an honors graduate of both the University of Richmond and William & Mary School of Law, and is a U.S. Veteran, having served as a first lieutenant in the Army’s First Infantry Division.

Paul concentrates his practice on commercial, finance and energy transactional matters, with a focus on representing financial institutions, energy companies and private equity clients. Paul has extensive experience representing businesses in strategic matters and negotiating complex transactions, including secured and unsecured loans, asset purchases, intercreditor relationships, term and revolving credit facilities, asset-based transactions, and complex power and gas marketing arrangements. With an eye for focusing on important transaction structuring and negotiation points, Paul brings practical and efficient solutions to achieve our clients’ business objectives. In addition to his legal, risk and management expertise, Paul knows first-hand what it takes to form and run multiple successful startup businesses, from law to real estate development. Paul is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and is a member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court. He is an honors graduate of both the University of Richmond and the William & Mary School of Law, and is also a U.S. Veteran, having served as a first lieutenant in the Army’s First Infantry Division.