Date: 5 May 2021
Time: 4:00 PM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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United States: COVID-19: Navigating Creditor's Rights Through a Pandemic

Seasoned Creditors’ Rights lawyers will explore the effects of COVID-19 on lenders, the CMBS industry, and other industries such a retail and hospitality.  This webinar will also discuss the new laws, rules and regulations enacted as a result of the pandemic and their practical impact. We will also examine what the various industry players, including lenders, borrowers, landlords and tenants, can expect from their counterparts, as well as from the judicial system, as things return to “semi-normal". Participants can expect to take away a better understanding of the new rules and regulations and how they impact various industries, as well as what can be expected as forbearances expire, payment obligations become due, and  litigation over defaulted loans and tenancies ensues.

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Lee Mackson

Lee D. Mackson is a partner with Shutts & Bowen LLP and Chair of the Creditors' Rights/Bankruptcy Practice Group. Lee has been named among the Best Lawyers in America® in bankruptcy, creditor-debtor law and related litigation since 2013. With more than 36 years of experience, he advises clients in ways to resolve a variety of complex business disputes in court, arbitration and negotiation, including workout attempts, commercial foreclosures and trials. Lee primarily represents financial institutions in real estate and banking litigation, among other industries. He represents numerous multi-state lenders and special servicers and has handled multi-million dollar commercial foreclosures.

Michelle Hendler

Michelle G. Hendler, a Partner with Shutts & Bowen, is a member of the Creditors' Rights Practice Group. Michelle works to resolve disputes in and outside of the courtroom, focusing her practice on real estate and creditor's rights matters. She represents lenders, real estate investors, and special servicers in commercial foreclosures, loan enforcement actions, guaranty claims, and note sales, and she represents court-appointed receivers. She also handles a wide variety of commercial matters, including real estate litigation, business disputes, landlord-tenant issues, easements, and domestication and enforcement of out-of-state judgments. Michelle often speaks about commercial foreclosures, receiverships, and related issues.

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