Kathy Royster is a paralegal in the Litigation practice group. With more than 40 years of experience in the legal field, she provides paralegal support in drafting correspondence and pleadings for litigation matters in both federal and state courts. Ms. Royster specializes in litigation on behalf of lending and financial institutions including bankruptcy, non-judicial foreclosures, and collection actions. She also has significant experience involving mechanics liens, judicial foreclosures, and defense of bankruptcy preference actions. Ms. Royster’s responsibilities include trial preparation and assistance, preparing responses to discovery, correspondence, and client status reports.
Tips for Lenders in Using SNDAs, Tenant Estoppel Certificates, and Lease Review Forms
Commercial real estate loans, by their nature, often are collateralized by real property in which third parties to the loan have concurrent interests and estates.…Read
Equity Pledges in Real Estate Lending
More and more lenders are adding equity pledges as credit enhancements to commercial real estate loans. This structure combines the benefits of commercial real estate…Read
Exceptions to Discharge Apply only to Individuals Even in a “Cramdown” Subchapter V, Chapter 11 Case
In a recent opinion, the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Idaho addressed an issue our clients frequently inquire about: whether a business’s debts can…Read
Why am I hearing LIBOR in the news?
If your practice touches finance, you have probably heard the noise about the upcoming change in LIBOR. This article is a short overview of the…Read