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Lawrence Mittman

Lawrence Mittman

Partner

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  • Real Estate

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Haynes and Boone
New York, U.S.A.

Profile
Larry Mittman is a partner in the Finance Practice Group in the New York office. Larry is a reorganization and restructuring lawyer with more than thirty-five years' experience representing banks, financial institutions, funds and other entities in all aspects of their business functions. He regularly advises clients on general corporate and commercial matters with a particular focus in the areas of real estate and finance, including DIP facilities, mezzanine debt and distressed debt transactions. His practice includes the representation of debtors, creditors and creditor committees with respect to all aspects of reorganization and business restructurings, including development and construction projects. Larry also advises clients in connection with all aspects of the sale or other disposition of businesses, assets and debt, and routinely represents funds and other entrepreneurs in purchasing distressed debt at discounted prices.

Bar Admissions

New York, 1976

Education

J.D., Columbia Law School, 1975
B.A., Yeshiva University, 1972
Articles

Supreme Court Ruling on Insider Status for Cram-Down Plan Threatens Lender Protections in Real Estate Financing Structures
Haynes and Boone, March 2018

As described in our earlier client alerts, since 1993, a central tenet in the structure of senior real estate lending documentation is the prevention of what is commonly referred to as “cram down...

9th Circuit Affirms “Per Plan” Approach to Interpret “Impaired Accepting Class” for Plan Confirmation Purposes Threatening Senior Mortgage Lender Protections in Common Real Estate Financing Structures
Haynes and Boone, February 2018

As described in our earlierclient alert, dated September 13, 2016, under certain specific circumstances, section 1129 of title 11 of the United States Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”) permits a bankruptcy court to confirm a Chapter 11 plan and rewrite the terms of a debt instrument (including mortgage debt or mezzanine debt), including the interest, amortization, and maturity...

The Fifth Circuit is Asked to Consider the Validity of the "Golden Share"
Haynes and Boone, February 2018

As we described in our client alert dated September 14, 2016, in the aftermath of the real estate downturn from 1989 to 1993, when real estate mortgage lenders began to contemplate making new mortgage loans, they sought to create new legal structures to prevent their prospective borrowers from filing for Chapter 11, and to ameliorate the adverse consequences, if such a filing were to occur. One such structure is a device commonly referred to as the “Golden Share...

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