Atlanta (December 28) – Kilpatrick Stockton announced today that attorney Bob Stupar recently served as a guest panelist on the Commercial Real Estate Show, a talk radio show about commercial real estate with both a national and Atlanta based audience. Mr. Stupar was featured on the “Commercial Real Estate Legal Issues Prevalent in this Cycle,” show.

Along with a panel of high profile commercial real estate attorneys, Mr. Stupar shared aspects surrounding the most prevalent legal issues in this cycle. The discussions included foreclosure and bankruptcy, deed in lieu, tenant issues in foreclosures, loan restructures, note sales and many other legal matters prevalent in this cycle.

Mr. Stupar concentrates his practice on real estate lending and finance, and general real estate. He regularly represents banks, servicers, insurance companies and other lenders with respect to distressed real estate assets (apartment buildings, shopping malls, strip malls, warehouses, residential developments, office buildings), restructuring and workouts of problem real estate loans.

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