Robert Brown focuses his practice in the area of real estate, finance and capital markets. Mr. Brown regularly represents clients with respect to the disposition of real estate, commercial leasing matters, zoning and land use regulations, easements, survey analysis, title policy negotiation, condemnations, collateral reconfigurations, releases and substitutions, cash management, letters of credit, loan originations, assumptions, transfers of ownership interests, preferred equity investments, restructurings and mergers, commercial mortgage defeasances, pre-negotiation/non-disclosure agreements, loan sale transactions, loan modifications and workouts and various real property-related consent requests. In addition, Mr. Brown regularly advises clients in connection with entity formation and structuring issues, as well as the acquisition and disposition of these entities and their related assets.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Brown was an associate in the corporate and banking and finance groups of a large law firm in Birmingham, Alabama, where he concentrated on general corporate matters, real estate and secured lending transactions.
Represented Torchlight Investors in receivership disposition of 564 unit multi-family residential project in Duluth, Georgia.
Assist loan servicer with documenting, negotiating and closing loan assumption transactions involving subordinate debt and rating agency review on a multimillion dollar, multistate portfolio of loans secured by single credit tenant drug stores.
Represented United Community Banks, Inc. in its bulk sale of $266 million in classified substandard and non-performing loans.
Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D. (2002) Law & Business Certificate Recipient
University of Georgia, B.A. (1998)
Mortgage Bankers Association's Commercial/Multifamily Future Leaders Program, Class of 2014
Buckhead Business Association Leadership Development Program, Class of 2009
San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association, Member
The International Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi, Member
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