2-Day Program

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Overview

Why You Should Attend

Global market forces continue to challenge even the most experienced professionals in the Commercial Real Estate Finance industry. Our exceptional faculty will examine law and best practices for commercial real estate finance, including legal changes that arose in 2020 and continue to shape 2021. We will discuss, among other things: (i) loan workouts and servicing issues, including loan modifications; (ii) the closing process; (iii) essentials of mortgage foreclosure; (iv) recent cases; (v) rating agency expectations; (vi) property and casualty risk and insurance coverage needs; (vii) recent changes and issues in Delaware law; and (viii) promissory notes and the problems they create.

What You Will Learn

  • Deal terms and how to negotiate them
  • Commercial foreclosures: transactions and litigation
  • Delaware’s LLC law
  • How to enforce (or defend against) remedies for default
  • Key issues in mezzanine lending
  • Perfecting UCC security interests
  • Deal with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
  • Legal ethics in transactional real estate work

Special Features

  • Special panel on Delaware law
  • 1 hour of Ethics

Who Should Attend

Commercial real estate attorneys, real estate finance executives, in-house counsel to owners, commercial tenants, developers, investors, lenders or borrowers, and asset managers

Program Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: Attendees should have some background in commercial real estate, commercial mortgage and real estate finance

Intended Audience: Commercial real estate attorneys and other advisors to real property owners, developers, investors, sophisticated lenders and borrowers

Advanced Preparation: None 

 

 

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