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Informal Survey: Do Lenders Care If Legal Opinions Assume Execution of Documents? Who Should Focus On Fraud?

Posted in Market Trends, Tough Times for Lenders, Workout Issues

In tough times, everyone examines and evaluates business processes and substantive issues – asking "what did we miss" and "how can we improve" – all in a "lessons learned" mode. Lawyers are no different (and maybe even more into it than others). One area that is being examined in the law firm world is legal… Continue Reading

Into the Looking Glass: What are the lawyers focusing on at the ACMA meeting?

Posted in Good Times for Lenders, Market Trends, Tough Times for Lenders, Training, Workout Issues

For the next couple of days, I’ll be attending the annual meeting of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA).  Members of ACMA are a select group of in-house and outside counsel, who are recognized as leaders in commercial real estate finance. OK, I know:  You’re rolling your eyes as your internal big screen pans a view… Continue Reading