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On December 7, 2012, the working group of the finance committee of the Financial Services Agency of Japan (the “Working Group”) issued its final report (the “Final Report”) with respect to the reform of the legal regime of...more
According to recent media reports, Miami has become the “go-to” location for companies seeking a better business, a fact that has been noticed by many major New York observing the trend of migration to Florida. Consider the...more
In this LEVICK Daily interview, LEVICK’s new Strategic Policy Advisor, Steve Bartlett, discusses how companies can best navigate the complex relationships between the public and private sectors. As a former Congressman, Mayor...more
Two related cases have recently ruled on points of interest to those involved in loan management and enforcement. Both cases relate to Patrick McKillen's quest for control of three leading London hotels and...more
Borrowers and their constituents generally benefit from certain limitations on personal liability for indebtedness secured by California real property. California’s one action and anti-deficiency rules require a lender faced...more
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- Of Operating Partners and...more
Originally published in the Connecticut Law Tribune on September 24, 2012.
When a Chapter 11 debtor proposes to sell secured assets prior to confirmation of a plan, it may not do so without providing its secured...more
The recent economic downturn have resulted in many of us tightening our belts. Everyone is looking for ways to reduce their spending. We often overlook the very obvious method (and also substantial) savings through...more
The Maine New Markets Capital Investment Program was established in 2011 to encourage private investment in low-income communities which lack good-paying jobs and have high rates of poverty. The Maine new markets program is...more
On August 16, the Commonwealth Court upheld its perplexing January 2012 decisions that nonresident limited partners who lost their entire investments in a partnership owning Pennsylvania real estate, and who apparently had no...more
This is the first in a series of blog posts on the new Florida Limited Liability Company Act. Future posts will discuss issues relating to the Act and its ramifications on Miami (and Florida) businesses.
The Need To...more
On August 27, in Historic Boardwalk Hall, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals decided that a tax credit investor was not a partner because it “lacked a meaningful stake in the success or failure” of the project owner....more
In Historic Boardwalk Hall, LLC, New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, Tax Matters Partner v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit invalidated the allocation of federal...more
Convention Centers Look to P3s to Become More Competitive Globally
The PPP Bulletin recently reported that the city of Los Angeles is considering forming a public-private partnership with a private-sector entity to...more
Several securities-offering exemptions allow “sophisticated investors” to invest. The question is how to determine when potential investors are sophisticated. ...more
Recent judicial decisions could result in a big increase in guarantor exposure under “bad boy” or “non-recourse carveout” guaranties.
A common commercial loan structure involves a non-recourse loan made to a...more
There have been several noteworthy property tax rulings that have been issued in March and April involving medical instruments, the valuation of commercial property, Tennessee’s charitable exemption, and the payment of...more
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (“FASB”) and the International Accounting Standards Board (“IASB”) are proposing dramatic changes to lease accounting rules that would virtually eliminate operating lease accounting...more
On January 19, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in an opinion penned by Judge Richard Posner affirmed a bankruptcy court’s dismissal of In re River East Plaza, LLC, a single asset real estate...more
On January 1, 2012, the Prescribed Entities and Classes of Mortgages and Hypothecs Regulations (the “Regulations”) under the Interest Act (Canada) (the “Act”) came into force.
In an opinion that has wide-ranging implications for the structured finance industry, the Delaware bankruptcy court recently dismissed a mezzanine borrower’s chapter 11 case as a bad faith filing pursuant to section 1112(b)...more
The Michigan Court of Appeals recently held that a borrower’s violation of a non-recourse liability carve-out provision, which prohibited the borrower from becoming insolvent, resulted in the loan becoming fully recourse...more
After four long years, Australia-based Centro Properties Group (“CNP”) has consummated a global restructuring that combines a debt-for-equity swap with an aggregation of its assets into a new real estate investment trust,...more
Originally published in the Colorado Real Estate Journal, November 16, 2011 - December 1, 2011.
It is no secret that Colorado’s budget crisis has immobilized transportation funding, as is the case nationally....more
Directors and their advisers can be exposed to large losses if they overlook the need for formal shareholder approval of property transactions, including grant of leases, between a company and its director or his associates....more
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