Carol Robertson has accrued a depth and breadth of knowledge about banking and commercial finance having been in-house counsel for large national banks before joining the firm in 2008.
As a senior counsel in the Firm's transactional group, her practice emphasizes commercial and real estate loan documentation, asset based lending, loan workouts and restructures, real estate and REO purchase and sale transactions, personal property secured loans and SBA lending.
She also practices in the areas of bank regulatory compliance and banking operations.
Real Estate Finance & Transactions
University of California at Berkeley, B.A., 1974
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, J.D., 1977
State Bar of California, 1978
US District Court, Central District of California
US District Court, Southern District of California
US District Court, Eastern District of California
MEMBERSHIPS & ASSOCIATIONS
Los Angeles County Bar Association - Real Property Section; Business Law Section
California State Bar - Real Property Section Law
Panelist, Special Assets Management Association – "Avoiding the Common Mistakes of Dealing with Pitfalls of SBA Lending"
Multiple shareholder buy-out loans with complex subordinated debt structures and SBA financing.
Representation of non-bank lender in refinance of assisted living/skilled nursing facilities.
Refinance to buy out shareholder of large Sonoma winery.
Multiple loans to acquire and renovate hotels.