Brad Denson practices in the financial institutions group and the real estate group. He has experience in commercial real estate, structured finance, and servicing matters.
New York University School of Law, LLM, Taxation (1995)
Nova Southeastern University, JD, cum laude (1993)
University of Florida, BA, Economics (1990)
Serves as counsel to national financial institutions in the areas of commercial real estate lending, warehouse lending facilities, master servicing work for securitized loans, special servicing work for loans in default, and CMBS securitizations as loan sellers’ counsel
Financial institutions experience includes being an in-house counsel with a large national bank
Represents commercial real estate developers in connection with the acquisition, development, and disposition of multifamily, retail, office, hotel, and industrial properties
Represents his financial institutions clients and his developer clients in foreclosures, workouts, and forbearance agreements; in short sales and in the purchase and sale of discounted notes and real estate