This segment of "The Art of the Deal," will focus on the consequecnes of a commerical real estate deal fails or goes into default. What are the essential default and bankrtupcy considerations? And how can transasctional counsel prepare for them? What happens when it is too late and a project has failed? These and other questions will be addressed.
Pre-planning: What to incorporate into acquisition and finance agreements
Techniques for limiting liability
When it’s too late: Post-petition planning opportunities, including workouts
David M. Wiseblood is a partner in the San Francisco office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP, where his practice concentrates on all aspects of creditors' rights litigation and related services. He represents national and community banks, leasing companies, asset-based lenders and real estate developers, with an emphasis on complex bankruptcy cases, commercial workouts, loan restructurings and defense litigation. Mr. Wiseblood is an Early Settlement Panelist for the San Francisco County Superior Court, helping to settle cases as a neutral. He received his B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, with honors, and his J.D. form the University of San Francisco, with honors.
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