Real Estate and Finance Transactions
Piel Law Firm serves as lender’s counsel to regional and community banks and other financial institutions. Lawyers at Piel Law Firm have decades of experience handling a variety of commercial loan transactions including, without limitation, commercial real estate acquisitions and refinances, residential subdivisions, construction financing and business lending.
The firm’s real estate group assists its clients in all aspects of acquisition, financing and leasing of real estate projects throughout the State of Maryland and beyond. Such real estate projects include retail, multi-family, industrial, flex and office properties as well as residential investment portfolios.
Creditors’ Rights and Foreclosure
Piel Law Firm represents banks, other financial institutions and private lenders in connection with foreclosures, loan workouts, restructurings, bankruptcy and collection matters. The firm also represents a vast array of other businesses for collection matters including, without limitation, homeowners and condominium associations, commercial and residential landlords, ground rent holders and contractors. Piel Law Firm’s creditors’ rights practice includes a robust mortgage foreclosure workload for both consumer and commercial mortgage loans. The creditors’ rights attorneys at Piel Law Firm cover collection matters across the State of Maryland and aggressively approach each file in order to maximize the return for its clients. The firm routinely represents its creditor clients’ interests in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Piel Law Firm’s litigation group represents clients in federal and states trial courts, appellate courts and arbitration. The firm handles all types of commercial, business and real estate litigation. Our litigators have significant trial experience allowing us to assist and counsel the firm’s clients through the litigation process all while focusing on each client’s goals in a concise, pragmatic and efficient manner.
The Firm advises new and well-established businesses in connection with its transactional and litigation needs, such as establishing and advising clients in forming a new business, restructuring, negotiating and drafting contracts and dispute resolution.