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Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

Kenneth Katzaroff

Kenneth Katzaroff

Associate

Expertise

  • Land Use and Entitlement
  • Water Law
  • Real Estate

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Washington, U.S.A.

Profile

Ken Katzaroff represents clients in a broad variety of real ‎estate development projects, including regulatory approval, ‎subsequent appellate proceedings, land use entitlement, ‎state water rights, and surface mining permitting.‎

Prior to joining Schwabe, Ken worked as in-house General ‎Counsel for a family of privately held development companies ‎with projects throughout the Pacific Northwest. He is ‎experienced in managing complex real estate development ‎projects with a multitude of legal and practical issues at play. His ‎success comes from his care and personal attention to his ‎clients.‎

Bar Admissions

  • Oregon State Courts
    Washington State Courts

Education

  • Lewis & Clark Law School, Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, Cornelius Honor Society ‎‎(2014)‎
  • University of Washington, Bachelor’s Degree, Business Administration (2007)‎
Areas of Practice

Land Use and Entitlement | Real Estate | Water Law

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

  • Managed all aspects of the development, regulatory ‎approval, and subsequent appellate proceedings for a ‎‎170+ acre luxury housing development in Bend, OR, ‎including land use entitlement, state water rights, and ‎surface mining permitting. ‎
  • Legal representation to real estate investors, including ‎handling complex operating agreements, security ‎agreements, and private placement memoranda.‎
  • Represented tenant-in-common (“TIC”) owners with ‎negotiation of complex purchase and sale agreements ‎for large commercial and multi-family properties. ‎
  • Represented tenant-in-common (“TIC”) owners with ‎negotiation of complex property management ‎agreements for large commercial and multi-family ‎properties.‎

Articles

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: What to Know About COBRA and PPP Changes
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, March 2021

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARP Act”), the $1.9 trillion pandemic aid bill, contained changes to (1) the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) by expanding eligibility and other items and (2) the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (“COBRA”). The ARP Act provides for fully subsidized COBRA premium payments...

CARES Act Questions for the Technology Industry (Updated 06/15/2020)
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, June 2020

Congress recently passed the economic stimulus package referred to as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (“PPPHCE Act”), and the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (“PPP Flexibility Act”).  Ttogether, the CARES Act1, PPPHCE Act, and PPP Flexibility Act are called the “CARES Act”...

CARES Act Questions for the Technology Industry (Updated 6/9/2020)
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, June 2020

Congress recently passed the economic stimulus package referred to as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act1”), the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (“PPPHCE Act”), and the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (“PPP Flexibility Act”). Together, the CARES Act1, PPPHCE Act, and PPP Flexibility Act are called the “CARES Act”...

Additional Articles

  • What to Know About PPP Appeals and Next Steps (updated 11/15/2021)
  • Asking for Forgiveness: Further Revised PPP Loan Forgiveness Applications and Guidance (Updated 08/12/2021)
  • First Draw Loans at or Over $2 million—SBA Discontinues Use of Necessity Questionnaires and What Is Next
  • First Draw PPP Loans $2 Million and Up and the PPP Necessity Questionnaires 
  • What to Know about the Paycheck Protection Program, Round Two – First Draw PPP Loans (Updated 5/5/2021)
  • 10 Things to Know about Second Draw PPP Loans as Updated for the Economic Aid Act and the ARP Act (Updated 5/5/2021)
  • PPP Ineligibility Update: Businesses Ineligible for First Draw and Second Draw PPP Loans (Updated 4/8/2021)
  • Oregon Bill Proposes New Statewide Land Use Planning Goal for Climate Justice
  • Why You May Want to Wait to File for PPP Loan Forgiveness and Other Tips (Updated 3/25/2021)
  • American Rescue Plan Act: Changes to Paycheck Protection Program, Certain Tax and ERISA Provisions, and Other Small Business Relief
  • Oregon Commercial Rent Relief Program
  • PPP: Changes by the Biden-Harris Administration
  • Updated Key Considerations for PPP Documentation under the Economic Aid Act
  • The Lender’s Role in the PPP Loan Review Process
  • Initial Takeaways and Agency Guidance for the Latest PPP Updates
  • Grounds for SBA Review, the SBA Loan Review Process, and Borrower Items
  • Highlights of PPP Loan Items in the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act and 2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act (Updated 01/06/2021)
  • Oregon Housing and Community Landlord Compensation Fund
  • Ten Things to Know About the PPP Loan Forgiveness Applications (Updated 12/30/2020)
  • Main Street Lending Program Overview for Nonprofits and For-Profit Businesses (updated 11/5/2020)
  • Alert! Oregon Proposing New Beer and Wine Tax Increase
  • Wildfire Resource Hub
  • Tribal Entities and the Main Street Lending Program
  • Paycheck Protection Program Portal
  • CARES Act Questions for the Manufacturing, Distribution and Retail Industry
  • CARES Act Questions for the Real Estate and Construction Industry 
  • CARES Act Questions for the Technology Industry 
  • SBA Issues Additional PPP Rules on Effect of State and Local COVID-19 Orders and Other Items on Loan Forgiveness
  • What to Know for Businesses Completing the Revised PPP Loan Forgiveness Applications (Updated 6/25/2020)
  • SBA Offers Further Guidance on PPP Loan Forgiveness
  • Noteworthy Amendments to the PPPFA Interim Final Rules
  • Businesses Ineligible for the Paycheck Protection Program
  • COVID-19: Cities and States Move to Restrict Non-Residential Evictions
  • CARES Act Resources
  • State of Commercial Real Estate and Construction in the Pacific Northwest

Seminar

  • Central Oregon Eminent Domain Webinar

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