David Sudeck’s article, "Timeshare lawyer advisory for timeshare developers, owners and operators. Impact of new ADA rules on your timeshare project" was posted on Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog and picked up by 4Hoteliers.com.
February, 2010 Articles
All of the forbearances in the world will not help a property that has little chance of recovering in value. The market value of a property can and does change over time, and as many of our borrowers (and lenders) have discovered, that value can go down even faster than it goes up. Identifying and […]
David Sudeck’s article "Timeshare lawyer advisory for timeshare developers, owners and operators. Impact of new ADA rules on your timeshare project," was posted on Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog and picked up by Hotel Online.
In School Punishment of Online Speech: Evans v. Bayer, Stuart Tubis reports on Evans v. Bayer, No. 08-61952-CIV-GARBER (S.D. Fla. February 12, 2010), which deals with what forms of online speech a school can and cannot regulate.
This blog is aimed at the lending community – so why are we giving hints to commercial real estate borrowers as to how to approach their lenders? There is, of course, a simple answer. The goal here is to get the bank paid as quickly and inexpensively as possible. It is easiest to accomplish the […]
Guy Maisnik and Jim Butler’s blog article “Hotel Lawyer: California Foreclosure Traps for Unwary Lenders: What one Expert Tells Lenders about Avoiding the Pitfalls of Foreclosing in California on Hotels and Other Mixed Collateral” appeared in Hotel Online. The article also appeared in ehotelier.com.
As promised, here are the Rules of the Court governing receivership: Rule 3.1175. Ex parte application for appointment of receiver (a) Application In addition to any other matters supporting an application for the ex parte appointment of a receiver, the applicant must show in detail by verified complaint or declaration: (1) The nature of the […]
Many people have asked for an easy place to locate statutes and Rules of the Court that govern Receivership. I have republished the California Codes Code of Civil Procedure Sections 564-570 here and will republish the Rules of the Court on Monday: 564. (a) A receiver may be appointed, in the manner provided in this […]
Robert Braun was the featured interview on VoiceAmerica, a talk radio network, on the program "Stars of PR with Cindy R." His interview was entitled, "How Secure is your Information on the Internet?" To hear the broadcast, go to the VoiceAmerica website.
In 2005, the California Supreme Court overruled the practice of including waivers of the right to a trial by jury in commercial agreements and loan documents before a lawsuit has been filed. For many years, sophisticated commercial businesses and institutional lenders included a clause in their agreements providing that the parties waive the right to […]