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Presentation: Thirteen Rules for Avoiding Lender Liability
This is a fun presentation focusing on ways to avoid lender liability or slowing down the collection process.
- How to communicate clearly with a borrower in default
- How to protect the bank (and yourself) from claims and litigation
Pricing: Complimentary for Bank Members only
About the Presenters:
Tip Lee: I represent lending institutions, including community, regional and national banks, hedge funds, and private equity funds, in structuring, negotiating and documenting a range of financing transactions, including real estate, construction, and general commercial and industrial transactions. I also have extensive experience representing financial institutions with debt workouts, debt restructurings, foreclosures, and collections on the "back end" of deals, giving which helps me advise lenders on the "front-end" of deals to ensure they are properly secured and perfected in collateral in the event of a loan default.
Michael Rosow: I act as a strategic partner for banks and other financial institutions, working hand-in-hand with workout professionals to implement collection strategies in a timely and professional manner, and delivering strategic advice to clients who need to determine the best way to collect and enforce their rights. I also serve as an external workout professional to guide banks and loan officers through the process. In my creditors' remedies practice, I work on matters such as the enforcement of secured loans, the acquisition of assets or a company that is distressed, bidding on and acquiring distressed debt, and collections on unsecured notes.