Jason Bramlett has a comprehensive practice focusing on the representation of financial institutions and commercial parties in connection with a broad spectrum of issues, including:
Structuring, negotiation, and drafting of real estate and asset-based credit facilities for both lenders and borrowers.
Providing advice, counsel, and representation regarding troubled debt restructurings, bankruptcy, foreclosure and workouts.
Representing parties in connection with commercial real estate dispositions, leasing and other related matters.
Commercial and bankruptcy litigation.
Jason has a unique practice in that he regularly represents clients on the myriad issues that present themselves in a financial transaction. For over four years after law school, Jason was an associate at a well-respected law firm in Dallas, Texas, practicing in its financial reorganization and restructuring department.
While at that law firm, he regularly represented secured lenders, debtors-in-possession and creditors’ committees in connection with their respective interests in bankruptcy proceedings throughout the country.
After joining Friday, Eldredge & Clark, Jason maintained a financial reorganization and restructuring practice and likewise significantly focused his practice on assisting financial institutions and other commercial parties in the issues they encounter on a daily basis.
Including all aspects relating to the origination of commercial lending and credit facilities and the associated issues that arise in the event a loan is need of restructuring, modification, or litigation for the purpose of enforcing or protecting the rights of the lender or borrower.