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Hotels 2016: Law and Practice

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From the program: Hotels 2016: Law and Practice

Released on: Dec. 3, 2016

How can your client or company capitalize on opportunities in the dynamic market for hotel acquisitions and financing?  Are you familiar with the latest developments and structures in acquiring, financing, joint venturing, developing, managing and franchising a hotel property?  Are you up to date on the issues regarding data security, online booking systems, branding, and regulatory compliance confronting the industry?  How is competition ...

Financing of Hotel Transactions

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Recorded on: Nov. 30, 2016

CHRISTOFER C. FATTEY: --back. It is 11:30, and for the next hour, we're going to be talking about hotel financing. And we have a small panel up here to go through our discussion. My name is Chris Fattey. I'm a partner at Hodgson Ross LLP in the real estate finance practice area. And we're not going to go through full bios, but to my left we have Jennifer Dakin, who is a senior vice president and team leader in Wells Fargo's hospitality finance group. ...

CMBS and the Real Estate Lawyer 2017: Lender and Borrower Issues in the Capital Market -- Componentizing the Securitized Asset

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From the program: CMBS and the Real Estate Lawyer 2017: Lender and Borrower Issues in the Capital Market

Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

Taken from the Web Program CMBS and the Real Estate Lawyer 2017: Lender and Borrower Issues in the Capital Market recorded February, 2017 in New York. Componentizing the Securitized Asset [00:59:55] Representing senior and subordinate lenders in the financing capital stack as well as borrowers and guarantors Pari Passu A notes B notes Mezzanine Debt Preferred Equity Participation Agreements Intercreditor Agreements ...

Componentizing the Securitized Asset

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

JOSEPH P. FORTE: Welcome back to the fifth session and this is "Componentizing the Secured Asset" and I'm going to let Dave Forti explain what componentizing means. DAVID W. FORTI: OK. JOSEPH P. FORTE: As opposed to compartmentalization. DAVID W. FORTI: This is the word that was in the program, but more commonly known probably as slicing and dicing. And essentially what this session is about is multiple pieces, tranches, whatever you want to call ...

Creating the Securities Post Risk Retention

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

JOSEPH FORTE: We're going to begin the next panel, which is creating the securities post risk retention. And we're going to be talking about grantor trusts and taxable mortgage pools, REMIC and CMBS structures, differences between horizontal and vertical and L-shaped risk retention, other regulatory changes, and the new risk retention requirements. Just a quick coverage before we move on. When I talked before about participations, participations-- ...

The Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities Market

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

MEREDITH J. KANE: So let me start by introducing our first panel today. JOSEPH PHILIP FORTE: By the way, she's here to keep us all honest, because she represents mostly borrowers. MEREDITH J. KANE: That's right. So most of the present-- all the presentations today-- are going to be from people who are various aspects of the lenders' side, the underwriters' side, the rating agency side, and then the servicing-- special servicing and regular servicing-- ...

Administering the CMBS Trust Collateral Pools

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

JOSEPH PHILIP FORTE: Welcome back for the sixth segment of the program, which is dealing with the administering of CMBS trust collateral pools. So this would be administering them as a master servicer, and they're not in default. And then, after default, what happens, and how they're dealt with, and how the documents interplay. And for that, we have Stacy back. We have Alan back. And we have Tom back. STACY G. ACKERMANN: Great. Well, thanks, Joe. What ...

Creating the CMBS Collateral Pool

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

JOSEPH P. FORTE: Welcome back to CMBS and the Real Estate Lawyer 2017. We're now in segment three, "Creating the CMBS Collateral Pool: Representing Whole Loan Sellers, Depositors and Servicers." We're going to cover representations and warranties, mortgage loan purchase agreements, pooling and servicing agreements, and the B piece buyer and the controlling certificate holder. MEREDITH J. KANE: Great. So in the first couple of segments, we covered ...

Creating the Securitized Asset

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

JOSEPH FORTE: Good afternoon. Welcome back to CMBS and the Real Estate Lawyer 2017, and this is segment four, which is Creating the Securitized Asset-- Key Post-Crisis Issues for Special Purpose Entities and Non-Recourse Carve-Outs. Meredith, do you want to do the honors? MEREDITH KANE: Of introducing our panelists? Absolutely. So to my right is Dave Forti at Dechert. JOSEPH FORTE: He misspells his name. [LAUGHTER] MEREDITH KANE: Dave is one of ...

Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Book Publishing; Current Developments in Entertainment and Sports Litigation; Film -- Film: Key Legal Issues in the Development, Financing, Production & Distribution of Theatrical Motion Pictures

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From the program: Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Book Publishing; Current Developments in Entertainment and Sports Litigation; Film

Recorded on: Mar. 2, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Book Publishing; Current Developments in Entertainment and Sports Litigation; Film recorded March, 2017 in New York. Film: Key Legal Issues in the Development, Financing, Production & Distribution of Theatrical Motion Pictures [03:00:07] Development         –Hiring a writer:  Getting a screenplay ...

Film: Key Legal Issues in the Development, Financing, Production & Distribution of Theatrical Motion Pictures

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Recorded on: Mar. 2, 2017

KENNETH M. KAUFMAN: Welcome back for our concluding session from the three-day conference on current developments in film. I would like to introduce our three esteemed panelists, who are all-stars in this field as well. To my immediate left is Alison Cohen. Alison is Executive Vice-President of Business and Legal Affairs for FilmNation Entertainment, a leading independent production, finance, and distribution company. Prior to joining FilmNation, ...

Commercial Real Estate Financing 2017

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From the program: Commercial Real Estate Financing 2017

Released on: Apr. 18, 2017

This year’s seminar will explore topics in commercial real estate financing that will be of interest to both seasoned practitioners as well as those still building their knowledge base. Our faculty of experienced attorneys, in conjunction with non-attorney real estate professionals, will discuss, among other topics, (i) the state of the real estate market and who is providing capital; (ii) what lending lawyers should know about leases, estoppels ...

Loan Documents: The Litigator’s Point of View

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

SPEAKER 1: Now we're turning toward loans that get into trouble. This is the litigator's point of view. Our speaker is Matt Parrott from Katten Muchin. For more than 20 years, he's represented prominent corporate clients and individuals in complex litigation, including trials in federal and state court. He's head of Katten's New York real estate litigation practice and represents lenders, developers, and banks in some of the largest real estate and ...

Malpractice Prevention in Commercial Real Estate Financing (Legal Ethics)

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

SPEAKER 1: Thanks, everybody. This is the last segment for the program. So congratulations for sticking it out. We're going to be looking at legal ethics and malpractice prevention. We have three speakers. We have Greg Pressman, who is returning from yesterday's presentation. Then we have Deborah Scalise and Nancy Connery. Deborah is a partner in the firm of Scalise and Hamilton LLP in Scarsdale, where she focuses her practice on representing professionals, ...

Loan Agreements and How to Make Them Work Better

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA: OK, our next speaker is going to be Ken Adams. Ken is the author of A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, which is a book published by the American Bar Association. It's about to come out in its fourth edition. The book is full of ideas about how contracts work,-- How we should write them, different types of language that we use in contracts and how that language works. Ken, in addition to writing The Manual Style for Contract Drafting, ...

State of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Market

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

ROBERT J. HELLMAN: State of the market. So I've been doing this for-- I don't know-- at least the last six, seven years. Maybe even more. I'm not exactly sure. And I'm going to go over a little bit of history. When I first started doing this with Josh, Dan Rubock, from Moody's, and I kind of tag teamed on the same panel. And I believe you're going to hear from him tomorrow. Is that right? SPEAKER: Yeah. [INAUDIBLE]. ROBERT J. HELLMAN: What I have ...

Title and Survey

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA STEIN: OK, we have one more program this afternoon. And then, tomorrow we have more topics. But our last topic for the day is title insurance and survey issues. And our speaker is Marvin Bagwell. Marvin is the vice president and Chief New York State Counsel for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company. He's based in Westbury, New York. Marvin has lectured and written frequently on real estate and title insurance matters, and has actually ...

Borrower Negotiations

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA STEIN: OK. Thanks everybody for coming back for our next session. We're going to look at borrower negotiations of the loan documents. And our speaker is Michelle Kelban, global co-chair of the real estate practice at Latham and Watkins. We just figured out we've known each other for 18 years. Michelle focuses her practice on all aspects of commercial real estate law, particularly real estate finance. She specializes, in particular, in representing ...

The Rating Agencies

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSH: Thank you, everybody. Our next panel is going to be about the rating agencies, rating agency criteria, and securitization issues. We have three panelists. Barry Hines, from this morning. And then we have Jeff O'neale, who's a partner in the finance group at Alston Bird in Charlotte, where his practice emphasizes institutional lenders and servicers, particularly special servicers dealing with loan workouts, restructurings, and modifications. ...

Opinions of Counsel

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA STEIN: OK, thanks everybody for coming back from lunch. We're going to start our afternoon program with two related topics that sort of merge into each other-- opinions of counsel and UCC security interests in real estate transactions. Often the UCC issues become opinion issues, and the opinion issues become UCC issues. So it's entirely appropriate for these two topics to be next to each other, and for the speakers to participate in the other ...

Loan Documents and the Closing Process (Lender’s Counsel)

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

SPEAKER 1: Our next speaker is Michael Rosenberg, who is a partner at Cassin & Cassin LLP, where he practices real estate finance law representing institutional and commercial lenders, and closing permanent, interim, bridge construction, and mezz loans in all asset classes, both for balance sheet and for securitization. He's also represented investment banks, commercial banks and investors in purchasing, selling, syndicating, and restructuring mortgage ...

UCC Security Interests

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA STEIN: Opinions and move directly into the UCC. Marshall? R. MARSHALL GRODNER: I might need the clicker here. I now want to talk about the UCC. And it kind of does deal with opinions too, because of a lot of times during giving opinions, you'll have not only real estate collateral. But you'll have UCC collateral too. And they'll will want to know, not only is your mortgage lender perfected, but your security interest is perfected as well. So ...

Guaranties

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA STEIN: Barry is a partner in the Louisville office of Frost Brown Todd LLC where he represents lenders for commercial real estate and capital market transactions. That's CMBS lenders, master servicers, special servicers, the whole group. He's a member of the Board of Governors of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and former chair of its capital markets committee. Barry? BARRY A. HINES: All right, thank you Joshua. As I think it's ...

Borrower Structure

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2017

JOSHUA STEIN: Good morning, everybody. Welcome to day two of our commercial real estate financing seminar. We have a full agenda today. Before I introduce the first speaker for today, I'd like to remind you about the evaluations. You have these iPads at your desk, and if you click on evaluations, you can evaluate all the speakers and add comments. I do look at those in setting up next year's programs so I'd really appreciate comments from the group. ...

Ground Leases – Financeability and Much Much More

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Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017

Taken from the briefing Ground Leases – Financeability and Much Much More recorded April, 2017 in New York. Ground leases are part of the landscape for major acquisition and development transactions in New York City and elsewhere in the United States. Everyone knows a ground lease must be “financeable,” but a successful ground lease transaction requires much more. In this special One-Hour Briefing, Joshua Stein, the program chair ...


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