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Posts by Benjamin Bruner

Ben has a business-focused practice specializing in the areas of banking and financial services, commercial finance, real estate and corporate law. He advises a wide array of clients in all phases of institutional lending, including loan structuring, negotiating and drafting credit transaction documentation. Additionally, he regularly advises commercial lenders and borrowers with regard to judicial and non-judicial foreclosure proceedings, UCC enforcement, bankruptcy, and has extensive experience with modification and workout agreements, loan restructuring, and forbearance agreements. He advises businesses and individuals concerning all aspects related to the management, development, ownership and financing of commercial real estate and assists in the acquisition, sale and associated financing of commercial real estate. Further, he provides advice to a variety of business clients regarding general corporate transactions, including organizational, development, funding and start-up issues, board of directors operations and duties, and general contract drafting and negotiation. 

Posted on 11/12/2018 at 08:48 AM by Benjamin Bruner

Best Practices in Commercial Real Estate: Commitment Letter

Commercial Real Estate Loan Documentation Best Practices PART 1:  Commitment Letter Following credit approval, the...

Posted on 03/07/2016 at 07:23 AM by Benjamin Bruner

Foreclosing banks and attorneys beware!

This warning has been given countless times and this certainly won't be the final time. However, all real estate len...

Posted on 03/07/2016 at 07:23 AM by Benjamin Bruner

Drones and loans

Good, bad or otherwise, the Drone Era is upon us, and thus it is imperative that banks (and other businesses) take the a...

Posted on 03/07/2016 at 07:23 AM by Benjamin Bruner

"RESPA" doesn't prohibit the collection of unearned settlement fees, Supreme Court says

In the recent Freeman v Quicken Loans, Inc. case, the U.S. Supreme Court was confronted with a dispute that centered on...
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