BALTIMORE—Womble Carlyle attorney Merrick Benn spoke about the firm’s commitment to client service and the Baltimore market at Bright Insight: The 2017 National Symposium Tour presented by Cushman & Wakefield.

In 2016, Womble Carlyle confirmed its long-term commitment to Baltimore by moving into a new space in the Transamerica Building. Benn discussed the move, and how the modern new space reflects the firm’s dedication to client service, as part of a panel discussion on Baltimore commercial real estate.

Now in its fourth year, Cushman & Wakefield’s Bright Insight Symposium Tour shares intelligence gathered from the organization’s 2017 National Legal Sector Benchmark Survey. The presentation included a look into the key business, financial and operational drivers impacting today’s legal sector, as well as future trends that will influence the marketplace in the years to come.

Merrick Benn has wide-ranging experience in financial transactions with a practice concentrated primarily on representing lenders and lessors in all aspects of equipment finance with an emphasis on transportation assets including aircraft (corporate and commercial), rail equipment and locomotives and vessels (barges and tankers). He has more than 15 years of experience representing some of the most active bank-affiliated and large, independent equipment financing companies in the US in developing standard lease and syndication documentation, including the implementation of titling trusts.