Sarita R. Olson


Sarita R. Olson


Sarita (Sadie) Olson is an associate in Foley’s Finance & Financial Institutions Practice Group, representing clients in general financing transactions across a wide range of industries. Sadie is also an active member of the Energy Sector and devotes a considerable amount of her practice to matters in the energy industry, guiding clients through transactions related to the purchase, sale, financing, development, construction, and operation of renewable energy projects.


  • Board Chair of the Bay View Community Center
22 March 2023 Deals and Wins

Foley Serves as Legal Adviser to KeyBank in $225M Financing of Scale Microgrids’ Energy Transition Debt Facility

Foley & Lardner LLP advised KeyBank National Association, in its capacity as Administrative Agent and a lender, as well as KeyBanc Capital Markets and City National Bank, as joint lead arrangers, on a loan to Scale Microgrids for a $225 million first-of-its-kind non-recourse project finance debt facility.
24 February 2022 Blogs

U.S. DOT Releases NEVI Formula Program Guidance, Giving Public and Private Stakeholders a Roadmap for EV Infrastructure Funding

After collecting public comment, the U.S. Department of Transportation released its guidance for the NEVI Formula Program on February 10, 2022.
10 February 2022 Blogs

Renewable Energy Summit 2022 – Renewable Energy in Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest

Foley recently sponsored the eleventh annual Renewable Energy Summit in Madison, Wisconsin. The event’s 2022 theme was “All Roads Lead to Clean Energy.”
20 May 2020 Manufacturing Industry Advisor

SBA Loans Under the CARES Act - Updated as of May 20, 2020

PPP provisions of the CARES Act were further interpreted by the Small Business Administration in an interim final rule issued late in the day on April 2, 2020.
22 April 2020 Blogs

The CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program Intercreditor Considerations for Borrowers and Lenders

In their understandable haste to secure PPP funding, many borrowers and lenders may not have worked through all the operational issues relating to those loans and their impacts on existing credit documents. If they have not done so already, such borrowers and lenders should consider the following and work through these issues in a constructive manner.
15 January 2020 Blogs

Incoterms® 2020: The Terms They Are A-Changin’

On January 1, 2020, certain substantive changes to the international shipping terms known as Incoterms® went into effect