Jennifer O’Connor focuses her practice on the securitization of commercial and residential real estate assets, as well as general corporate finance matters. Ms. O’Connor represents primary servicers, master servicers and special servicers in all aspects of CMBS Loan servicing with a particular emphasis on REMIC, Pooling and Servicing Agreement and lender issues associated with post-securitization loan modifications, including, without limitation, loan assumptions (single site, multi-site, multi-state sites and single tenant sites), defeasances, mezzanine financing, preferred equity investments, loan modifications, borrower restructurings and mergers, partial releases, easements, collateral reconfigurations, cash management, condemnations, leasing issues, loan work-outs, loan sales, receivership and foreclosures.
Ms. O'Connor was recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® in 2018, 2019 and 2020 for Securitization and Structured Financed Law.
Assist special servicers with interpreting provisions in applicable pooling and servicing agreements, intercreditor agreements, participation agreements and co-lender agreements and assist special servicers with various other securitization issues related to a bankruptcy filing of a large national retail REIT.
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.
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Suffolk University Law School, J.D. (1998) cum laude
Duke University, B.A., Economics (1995)
North Carolina (2005)
Florida Bar, Real Estate and Probate Section, Member
Georgia Bar, Real Property Law Section, Member
Junior League of Atlanta, Non-Resident Member
St. Joan of Arc Parish, Boca Raton, Florida, Active Parishioner
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