The Louisville Bar Association is offering a legal seminar on foreclosure workouts.
“Loan Workouts, Deeds in Lieu and Foreclosures: Strategies and Tools for Dealing with Distressed Real Estate Assets” is scheduled for May 10.
The program will provide an overview of the methods and tools used by borrowers and lenders to restructure financing or distressed commercial real estate assets, according to a news release.
Other topics include negotiating and closing deed in lieu transactions and an overview of the foreclosure of commercial real estate in Kentucky. The Jefferson County Master Commissioner’s office will present on the role of the master commissioner in the foreclosure process.
Speakers include Edith Halbleib, who oversees the foreclosure process as master commissioner; Rebecca B. Mayton, Frost Brown Todd and Geoffrey M. White, Frost Brown Todd.
Program Host: The Louisville Bar Association Real Estate Section.
The seminar is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Louisville Bar Center, 600 W. Main St.
The event is approved for continuing legal education credits. For more information about course fees and lunch options, see the LBA website here.