Chip Howes focuses his practice on real estate finance and commercial mortgage-backed securities transactions, including representation of represents primary servicers, master servicers and special servicers in all aspects of CMBS Loan servicing with a particular emphasis on defeasances, assumptions, loan work-outs, loan sales, receivership and foreclosures.
Mr. Howes experience includes creditor representation related to non-performing commercial loans, involving the exercise of remedies, such as receiverships, judicial and non-judicial foreclosures and workouts. Mr. Howes also has experience in the representation of master servicers in connection with their roles in commercial mortgage-backed securitizations and a full range of post-issuance securitization, servicing, real estate issues and related transactions.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Howes taught high school Biology, Chemistry and Physics and coached varsity soccer and basketball.
Mr. Howes was awarded the 2013 Pro Bono Volunteer of the Year by the Council for Children's Rights.
University of Tennessee College of Business M.B.A. (2007)
University of Tennessee College of Law J.D. (2007) magna cum laude
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.S. (2000) Biology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.A. (2000) History
North Carolina (2007)
Arts & Science Council, 2009-2010 Cultural Leadership Training Program
Council for Children's Rights, Volunteer
Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, Member
North Carolina Bar Association, Member
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