Corporate Finance

Pictured L-R: Attorneys Ben Bruner, Melissa Schilling, John Lande, Ron Mountsier, Amy Plummer, and Brad Kruse. Dickinson Law is pleased to announce its newly-elected Board of Directors. Ron Mountsier was elected as President of the firm, replacing labor and employment attorney Jeff Krausman who served in the role since 2014.  Mountsier is engaged in general practice and focuses on taxation, business and corporate law, as well as estate planning and probate matters. Amy Plummer was elected…
As was the case prior to the global financial crisis, the current driver for all new European CMBS deals stems from the adoption by investment banks of the originate-to-distribute business model for financing commercial real estate assets. This trend is showing no sign of abating in the CMBS 2.0 era. Although this is a proven and effective mechanism for producing much needed CMBS product, it is important for market participants to be aware that these…
The only thing that is certain about the ag economy in 2020 is how uncertain it will be. Now is a good time for ag lenders to look at their portfolios to determine whether there are ways to button up their loan files to protect against that uncertainty. To assist, the below webinar first aired on February 13th, 2020, and is now available on demand. Hosted by the attorneys at Dickinson Law, it covers a variety of ag lending…
On January 28, 2020, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) published “guidance clarifying how housing providers can comply with the Fair Housing Act when assessing a person’s request to have an animal in housing to provide assistance because of a disability.” The guidance focuses on the type and amount of documentation a housing provider may ask an individual with a disability to provide. According to HUD, the guidance is intended to…