Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog article “Condo Hotel Lawyer: What is happening with the condo hotel sector?” was picked up by Hotel News Resource Hotel Online, HOTELS and ehotelier.com.
April, 2011 Articles
Another noteworthy conference happening next week is the California Bankers Association’s 44th Annual Bank Counsel Seminar from May 4-6 in Huntington Beach. Influential lenders, bank counsel, outside counsel, attorneys from bank regulatory agencies, and compliance officers will be in attendance for this three-day educational event, with seminars customized for each type of audience. I have […]
Lenders, an important conference is coming up next week. Meet the Money® is a forum for lenders in the hospitality industry to meet the experts and get your questions answered about how to get the most from the current market. Meet the Money® runs from May 2-4 at the Sheraton LAX. If you haven’t registered […]
Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog article "The hotel transaction market is heating up!" was picked up by Hotel Online, Hospitality Net and ehotelier.com.
An article by Mark Adams on jury selection, "The Science and Art of Advocacy," was published as a special feature in the April 2011 edition of Orange County Lawyer. In the article, Mark details successful strategies for choosing members of a jury and discusses why jury selection is an important part of trying a case […]
Cathy Holmes’ article, “Condo Hotel Wars – Developer, Banks and Broker Win Latest Battle,” was published by 4Hoteliers.
David Sudeck’s article, "The Benefits of Using the Enhanced Note Sale™ Structure When Acquiring Distressed Real Property Secured Debt," was published recently by The Hotel Report.
An article by Cathy Holmes, “Condo Hotel Wars – Developer, Banks and Broker Win Latest Battle” was published on Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog and picked up by Hotel Online, 4Hoteliers, HOTELS and Hospitality Net.
Jon Welner’s article, “BCDC Approves New Schedule for Finalizing and Adopting Climate Change Amendment to the SF Bay Plan,” appeared in the Land Use Law Update in April 2011.
When a bank makes a loan, it underwrites the deal to determine whether the risk of repayment is reasonable. Banks don’t consider the risk of acquiring the business that is being financed. All too often, of course, when a loan goes bad, the Bank ends up with its collateral, and occasionally, must essentially operate that […]