Practising Law Institute's Commercial Real Estate Financing 2012: Getting Back to Business
March 22 - 23
Everett Ward and Peter Sarasek will be presenting.
What You Will Lean:
- What is securitization starting to look like in a more regulated environment?
- CMBS 2.0: how is this different from CMBS 1.0?
- Leasehold Mortgages: what’s really important, underwriting issues
- Joint Ventures as Financing Vehicles: how they work, what each party expects
- Mezzanine Loans: deal structures, closing and enforcement issues
- Multiple Creditors: how to keep the credit family happy, and know who’s boss
- Big deals in court, including General Growth and its impact on borrower structures
- Special servicers, and how to get them to pick up the phone
- Legal Opinions: how has borrower’s counsel been burnt?
- Borrowers’ Pushback on Carveout Liability: is there any hope?
- Ethical issues today – receive an hour of CLE ethics credit
Day One (March 22): 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (CST)
Day Two (March 23): 9:00 am - 4:45 pm (CST)
The fee to attend this seminar is $1,595.
To view the seminar brochure, please click HERE
Who Should Attend:
Anyone involved in commercial real estate lending today, including private practice and in-house attorneys looking to update their skills and knowledge base, developers seeking to understand how to deal with lenders today, and portfolio managers and investment bankers sourcing or managing multiple-property mortgage loans, etc.