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What Law to “Choose” in Commercial Mortgage Loan Docs? Simple.

Posted in 1 Guest Writers, Good Times for Lenders, Training, Workout Issues

Provisions in commercial mortgage loan documents,  where a particular state law is “selected” as the governing law, can drive a deal into a ditch, and take a good (or growing) lending relationship into the emergency room.  In many situations, this topic is a good example of over-thinking, and perhaps over-lawyering. Simply stated, which of these two… Continue Reading

Preparing for Conflict: Negotiating, Drafting & Litigating Loan or Workout Documents – Seminar on February 25

Posted in Remedies, Tough Times for Lenders, Training

Have you checked your boilerplate lately? There is no longer anything standard about the "standard" language in financial services contracts. Whether you are drafting or litigating origination documents, workouts or settlement agreements, you won’t want to miss this seminar (on Thursday, February 25, in our Dallas office)! Otherwise, you could be litigating in an unfriendly… Continue Reading