Mark I. Rabinowitz


Mark Rabinowitz concentrates his practice on commercial and corporate finance, equipment leasing and finance, and loan workouts and restructurings. He serves a wide range of clients in areas such as:

  • Cash flow lending
  • Asset-based financing
  • Secured transactions and creditors’ rights
  • Healthcare finance
  • Equipment leasing and finance
  • Loan syndications and participations
  • Asset securitization
  • First lien/second lien, split collateral, and other forms of multi-tranche financings
  • Intercreditor and unitranche relationships
  • Lender liability prevention and defense
  • Bankruptcy, reorganizations, debt restructuring, and workouts

Mark is recognized by Chambers USA as a leading attorney in banking and finance law. He is particularly noted in Chambers for his broad finance practice involving restructurings and workouts in addition to complex transactions on behalf of banks. Clients say that he is “savvy and understands both the legal and business sides of a transaction” and sources note that he “is excellent [and] thoughtful in his approach but tough when necessary " as well as " absolutely terrific and practical in his approach to different deals."?


Mark is a past chair of Blank Rome’s Financial Services Group. He has written and lectured extensively on the subjects of equipment leasing and secured financing.


  • Representation of Agent in a $175 million first out super senior credit facility included with a $1.1 billion last out senior financing facility.
  • Representation of Agent for the $100 million debtor-in-possession asset based loan facility and exit financing for turnkey provider of infrastructure services and renewable energy project solutions.
  • A national banking institution, as administrative agent and collateral agent in a $600 million syndicated revolving credit facility for a diversified global holding company, to provide working capital and acquisition financing for substantially all of the company’s subsidiaries and affiliates.
  • A national banking institution, as agent and lender, in the $125 million syndicated revolving credit facility to refinance existing debt, fund capital expenditures, and provide working capital for a leading provider of high-performance sand and sand-based products used by oil and gas exploration and production companies.
  • Laser Northeast Gathering Company, LLC, in connection with $190 million revolving credit facility to finance the construction and operation of a new gas gathering system serving Marcellus Shale gas producers.
  • A national financial institution, as agent in conjunction with $500 million debt restructuring of an agricultural cooperative.
  • A national healthcare finance company, in the establishment and administration of over 100 credit facilities collateralized by healthcare receivables and real estate.
  • An automotive manufacturer and distributor, in $300 million working capital line of credit and floor plan receivables securitization facility.
  • A national banking institution, as agent in conjunction with a $51 Million Credit Facility established for a major designer, manufacturer and marketer of high reliability power conversion products and major supplier to manufacturers of medical, military, industrial and information technology equipment.
  • A leasing subsidiary of major financial institution, in conjunction with structuring and documenting personal property lease transactions and the financing of equipment leasing companies.
  • A bank group agent, in conjunction with the workout and sale of a regional cellular and satellite communications company.
  • Lender to Conshohocken Rail LLC, a construction demolition and debris waste transfer station in conjunction with a state court appointed receiver sale of assets.

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  • Banking & Finance Law, listed in Chambers USA
  • AV Preeminent®, listed in Martindale-Hubbell®
  • 2024, “Lawyer of the Year” for Banking and Finance Law in Philadelphia, listed by Best Lawyers in America®
  • 2023–2024, Banking and Finance Law, Equipment Finance Law, and Litigation - Banking & Finance in Philadelphia, listed by Best Lawyers in America©
  • 2011–2022, Equipment Finance Law and Litigation – Banking & Finance in Philadelphia, listed in Best Lawyers in America©
  • 2008–2022, Banking & Finance Law, Philadelphia, listed in Best Lawyers in America©
  • 2023, “Lawyer of the Year” for Equipment Finance Law, Philadelphia, listed by Best Lawyers®
  • 2021, “Lawyer of the Year” for Equipment Finance Law, Philadelphia, listed by Best Lawyers in America®
  • 2017, “Lawyer of the Year” for Banking and Finance Law in Philadelphia, listed by Best Lawyers in America®



  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference
  • Equipment Leasing and Finance Association
  • Temple Law Alumni Association
  • Turnaround Management Association
Professional Activities

Mark’s professional association memberships include the Turnaround Management Association, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association, and The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference.

Mark serves as a member of Blank Rome’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee.



  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Pennsylvania


  • Pennsylvania State University, BS
  • Temple University Beasley School of Law, JD, summa cum laude