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  • J.D., Temple University Beasley School of Law, cum laude
  • B.A., Arcadia University, summa cum laude

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • New York

Memberships & Affiliations

Board Member, Turnaround Management Association (Philadelphia Chapter)
Forum of Executive Women


  • Russian

Inez M. Markovich

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  • T: 215.979.3854
    F: 215.988.4319

Inez Markovich is a partner in McCarter’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring Group. Inez’s practice concentrates in banking, commercial finance, bankruptcy and debt restructuring, creditors’ rights, and general business matters.

Inez routinely represents commercial banks, leasing companies, and other financial institutions in all aspects of secured lending, asset-based lending, syndicated lending, equipment finance, securitizations, and credit enhancement transactions. She also has played significant roles representing secured and unsecured creditors in a variety of complex bankruptcy matters, including negotiations, documentation and obtaining approval of debtor-in-possession financings, cash collateral and adequate protection stipulations, Section 363 asset sales, and strategic advice on negotiations and implementation of Chapter 11 plans. In addition, she represents a number of emerging growth companies and entrepreneurs in a broad range of general business matters.

Inez was recognized by Super Lawyers as a Pennsylvania Rising Star in 2008, and 2010-2014. She was also named a “Person to Watch,” as one of 10 community leaders making an impact on the Philadelphia region, by Inside magazine. In 2010, she was named to the “40 Under 40” list by the Philadelphia Business Journal, and as a “Lawyer on the Fast Track” by the Legal Intelligencer. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. See Awards Methodology.

Prior to joining McCarter, she chaired the Banking & Lending practice at Anderson Kill P.C.

Representative Matters

Represented the lead lender in the negotiations and documentation of a $49,500,000.00 participated construction loan to a leading Philadelphia developer building an 18-story student housing and retail complex at Temple University.
Represented a national equipment leasing and finance company in the negotiation and documentation of multiple financings of portfolios of motor vehicle leases using a Delaware vehicle titling trust.
Represented a Turkish investment bank, as borrower, in the negotiations and documentation of secured and unsecured credit facilities advanced by a U.S. lender and guaranteed by Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).
Obtained a multi-million dollar judgment in favor of a regional bank in an adversary proceeding under Section 523 of the Bankruptcy Code in a chapter 7 bankruptcy cases in the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York.


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