Perils And Opportunities Of CRE Distress
Thursday, November 16 | 3:30 PM ET

Distress is rising fast. The volume of assets taken back by lenders through foreclosure increased by about $8 billion in the second quarter of 2023, rising to nearly $72 billion, the most dramatic rise since the onset of the pandemic, MSCI found. In the face of mounting maturity dates, federal regulators have urged lenders to work with borrowers. A panel of experts in commercial real estate transactions and litigation will discuss how this cycle is different from the last one, litigation trends in commercial real estate distress and how borrowers, lenders and investors can navigate the storm – or benefit from it.

Join us Thursday, November 16 at 3:30 PM ET to hear views from expert panelists.

  • Janice Mac Avoy, Partner, Co-head of the Real Estate Litigation Practice, Fried Frank Harris Shriver and Jacobson LLP
  • Jennifer S. Recine, Partner, Co-chair of the Real Estate Litigation Practice, Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP
  • Anthony Mongone Partner Real Estate Practice, Ropes and Gray
  • Georgia Kromrei, Senior Reporter, Law360 Real Estate Authority
  • Dominic J. De Simone, Partner, Co-chair of Ballard Spahr's National Finance Department and Leader of the Distressed Real Estate Team