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Louis J. Hait (10/23/14)
Louis J. Hait is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s New York office. He joined Kaye Scholer’s Real Estate Department in 1984 and has been a partner since 1993.
Daniel J. Hartnett (07/07/14)
Daniel J. Hartnett is a Partner in the Finance Department of Kaye Scholer’s Chicago office, and heads the Chicago office’s Structured Finance Practice. He has extensive experience representing financial institutions, servicers, trustees, issuers and investors in securitization transactions and investment fund transactions, particularly those involving residential and commercial real estate, farm credit loans, synthetic assets and credit default swaps. He has been involved in CDO, CLO, CBO, CFO, mortgage banking, lending, leasing, acquisition, real estate investment trust, real estate mortgage investment conduit, farm credit loan, aviation, trade receivable, tax lien and mutual fund fee, synthetic securitization, and investment fund transactions across the country and around the world. He has worked extensively on restructuring and workout transactions involving residential mortgage loan originators, investment funds, asset-backed commercial paper conduits, synthetic and cash-funded CDOs, CLOs, CFOs, SIVs, market value swaps, credit default swaps, and total return swaps.
Aaron Lehrfield (03/28/14)
Aaron Lehrfield is a partner in the Real Estate Department of Kaye Scholer's New York office. He has extensive experience representing institutional lenders and investment banks in real estate financing and securitization transactions, including securitized permanent and bridge loan financing and mezzanine debt. He has been involved in significant and complex finance transactions, commercial mortgage loan securitizations and leasing and acquisition transactions.
Rachel S. Kless (03/28/14)
Stephen Gliatta (03/28/14)
Stephen Gliatta serves as Co-Chair of Kaye Scholer’s Executive Committee and Co-Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Department. Mr. Gliatta’s practice is focused on the area of representing investment banks and other institutional lenders in the origination and securitization of first mortgage debt and mezzanine loans. In addition, Mr. Gliatta regularly represents opportunity funds in joint ventures with operating partners and in the acquisition and financing of real estate projects.
Michael Damast (03/28/14)
Michael Damast is a partner in the Real Estate Department of Kaye Scholer's New York office. He has extensive experience representing investment banks and other institutional lenders in the origination and securitization of first mortgage debt, mezzanine loans, bridge loans, preferred and common equity investments and other structured finance products. In recent years, he has been involved with many of the largest and most complex securitized mortgage and mezzanine financings completed in the market. He also has broad experience in other areas of commercial real estate, including the representation of clients in the acquisition and disposition of office buildings, hotels, shopping centers and other real estate projects.
Jeannie Bionda (03/28/14)
Jeannie Bionda's practice focuses on the representation of lenders, investors and other providers of debt and equity capital at every level of the capital stack with respect to properties in all asset classes throughout the United States.
Warren J. Bernstein (03/28/14)
Warren J. Bernstein is Co-Chairman of Kaye Scholer LLP’s Real Estate Department.
Lauretta J. Moran (03/24/14)
Lauretta Moran is Counsel in the Finance Department of Kaye Scholer's Chicago office and practices in the Real Estate/Corporate Finance and Structured Finance Practice Groups. She has extensive experience representing borrowers, lenders and credit enhancers in real estate and corporate finance transactions. She has been involved in significant finance transactions, real estate and asset securitization, leasing, acquisition, real estate mortgage investment conduit and real estate and tax-exempt bond workout transactions.