Troy S. DeLeonAssociate
Troy is a detail-oriented attorney who works closely with business clients to provide advice on various corporate matters. He is intimately involved with understanding how businesses operate, and the risks they need to account for. In his transactional work, Troy serves as deal steward, quarterbacking the deal process from pre-sale to and through closing, helping to position clients for expansion, strategic partnerships, and changes in ownership. Troy's general corporate and commercial real estate practice covers entity formation, corporate governance, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiation, commercial leasing, and buy/sell arrangements.
Troy works with private equity funds and their attendant portfolio companies in a wide variety of transactions, including acquisitions and investments, divestitures, joint ventures and other corporate matters.
Troy combines pragmatism, charisma, and dedication to deliver strategic advice and counsel to clients throughout all stages of various corporate, commercial real estate, and private equity transactions.
While at Quinnipiac University School of Law, Troy was the Lead Articles Editor of the Quinnipiac Health Law Journal. Troy has a limited professional capacity in Spanish.
- Recently assisted with representing a privately held owner of multiple manufactured housing communities across the United States in connection with a strategic merger with and into a wholly-owned subsidiary of a public company.
- Represented a private equity fund in ongoing business operations and various equity investments.
- Drafted industrial lease and ancillary agreements for national manufacturing company.
Professional & Community Involvement
- Hartford County Bar Association
- Connecticut Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Volunteer Little League Coach
Troy was a member of the Helping Hawks while attending roger Williams University. Helping Hawks is a volunteer-based foundation that fundraises for, and volunteers at, Special Olympic events throughout the state of Rhode Island. Troy also was a four-year member of the varsity baseball team, where he served as captain his senior year.