Brossman to serve as faculty member for PBI seminar on structuring and drafting commercial loan documents
Achieve optimal negotiation and structuring of your loans
Remember the days when commercial loans were a cinch to negotiate and secure? Well, those days are gone.
Borrowers must meet more stringent conditions in order to secure a loan. Lenders are hanging onto their dollars longer and caps have come down. The name of the game today is "risk reduction." It is critical that today’s transactional lawyer understands the interplay between all parties, and the legal and financial requirements in place to close a deal. This program brings it all together—from early negotiation to signing on the dotted line.
Craft before you draft: understand the legal and strategic interplay in the negotiation process
Examine the interplay between substantive legal issues and practical strategy, including the economics of the transaction, the rights and responsibilities of the parties, and the consequences of default.
Gain practical advice for today’s evolving financial market
Change is happening in rapid-fire succession; it’s difficult to keep up! Newly updated to reflect current trends in today’s financial market, this program gives you expert analysis and valuable guidance for securing the best deal possible for your client.
Partner Eric Brossman is a course planner and will serve on the faculty for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s seminar, "Structuring and Drafting Commercial Loan Documents."
On July 21, Eric will present in Mechanicsburg on "Representations, Warranties, and Restrictive Covenants, Loan Participations, and Special Types of Collateral and Ethical Considerations."
On July 28, Eric will present in Philadelphia on "Third Party Agreements" and "Ethical Considerations."
For more information or to register for the seminar, please visit the PBI website.