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July 08, 2020

Investing in Distressed Commercial Real Estate in the U.S.

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INVESTING IN DISTRESSED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE IN THE U.S.

Partner Kris Ferranti moderated a discussion with fellow lawyers from Shearman & Sterling’s Real Estate, Tax, Financial Restructuring & Insolvency and Environmental practices about the opportunities that exist for investors in distressed commercial real estate assets and the legal issues and considerations they must keep in mind.

The lawyers who joined Kris in this timely conversation are partners Malcolm Montgomery, Lisa Brill and John Opar, counsel Michael Pettingill and Jocelyn Redman and associates Jonathan Newman, Eric Felcher, Horton McKinney and Helen Quigley from the firm’s Real Estate practice; counsel Derek Kershaw from the Tax practice; counsel Jason Pratt and Mehran Massih of the Environmental practice.

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Authors and Contributors

Kris Ferranti

Partner

Real Estate

+1 212 848 7117

+1 212 848 7117

New York

Malcolm K. Montgomery

Partner

Real Estate

+1 212 848 7587

+1 212 848 7587

New York

Lisa M. Brill

Partner

Real Estate

+1 212 848 4571

+1 212 848 4571

New York

Jonathan Y. Newman

Partner

Real Estate

+1 212 848 4442

+1 212 848 4442

New York

Eric D. Felcher

Associate

Real Estate

+1 212 848 7470

+1 212 848 7470

New York

Helen Q. McKinney

Associate

Real Estate

+1 212 848 7458

+1 212 848 7458

New York

Derek Kershaw

Partner

Tax

+1 212 848 7964

+1 212 848 7964

New York

Jason Pratt

Counsel

Real Estate

+1 212 848 5449

+1 212 848 5449

New York

Mehran Massih

Counsel

Mergers & Acquisitions

+44 20 7655 5603

+44 20 7655 5603

+1 212 848 7377

+1 212 848 7377

Munich