In this workshop, Pierce Atwood attorneys Alex Mattera and Christopher Currier will look at restaurant lending from both the borrower and the lender’s side. Restaurant operators will see how lenders judge their creditworthiness by identifying certain risk factors.
As part of the workshop, attendees will receive a refresher course on the latest in loan documentation, financial covenants, and ratios that banks use to measure compliance. The discussion will also cover the available options for borrowers in case of a business downturn.
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Alex Mattera focuses his practice on all aspects of commercial bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, insolvency, business reorganization, and creditor and debtor rights. His representation includes secured creditors, with an emphasis on workouts and collection of troubled and defaulted loans, as well as creditors' committees, trustees, debtors, and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy and related proceedings.
Christopher Currier advises lenders and borrowers in connection with commercial loan transactions, as well as workouts, foreclosures, and restructurings. Chris also provides counsel to businesses on a range of real estate and corporate matters including sales and acquisitions and leasing.