Clark Hill Attorney Paul S. Magy to Serve as Panelist for Strafford Commercial Real Estate and Bankruptcy CLE Webinar December 4, 2013
– Clark Hill Attorney Paul S. Magy will serve as a panelist for the Strafford CLE webinar on December 4th titled “Non-Recourse Carve-Outs, ‘Bad Boy’ Guaranties, and Personal Liability After Cherryland – Strategies to Resolve Lender and Guarantor Disputes in and Outside of Bankruptcy”. This webinar will offer real estate and finance counsel an examination of some of the more troublesome provisions at the heart of disputes between borrowers and lenders. The panel will review commonly used carve-outs contained in non-recourse provisions, analyze operative provisions in “bad boy” guaranties, and discuss recent court cases, including Cherryland. The panel will outline strategies for resolving disputes involving these provisions. To register for the webinar click this link:
Magy is a member of Clark Hill’s Real Estate Practice Group. His extensive commercial real estate experience includes acquisition, development, finance, zoning, leasing and sale of commercial real estate, in addition to litigation related to those areas, including receiverships, distressed assets and retailer bankruptcy. Paul also has a substantial amount of experience representing all forms of commercial property owners, developers, property managers and brokers.
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