2-Day Program

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Why You Should Attend

Shifts in office space demands, maturing debt, and more stringent lending regulations are among several factors that have fueled loan defaults in the commercial real estate (CRE) sector. As many predict that stress in the CRE lending market will increase in 2024, lenders and borrowers are seeking solutions through workouts, loan modifications, reinvestments, and other financing vehicles.  

Because practicing attorneys must be equipped to handle these complex matters including potential judicial proceedings, Joshua Stein of Joshua Stein PLLC designed this year’s schedule with those issues in mind. Further, a phenomenal roster of experts will join him here at PLI to provide timely instruction to practitioners to help them shepherd their clients through these challenging times. 

What You Will Learn

After completing this program, participants will be able to:

  • Review trends and potential outcomes in the commercial real estate financing market
  • Properly initiate a foreclosure proceeding against commercial real estate
  • Advise clients on claims, defenses, and available remedies in CRE foreclosures
  • Know the specific requirements of UCC foreclosures
  • Interpret case law on material disputes arising from loan defaults, including intercreditor issues 
  • Rethink commercial bankruptcy options 
  • Understand the parameters of applicable guaranties  
  • Maintain ethical standards in practice while handling loan disputes 

Who Should Attend

Commercial real estate attorneys, real estate finance professionals, in-house counsel to lenders or borrowers, commercial tenants and property owners, and real estate developers will benefit from this program.

Program Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: Attendees should have some background in commercial real estate generally and/or commercial real estate finance.

Advanced Preparation: None

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