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Article Discusses Subordinate Financing Structures

November 30, 2011

Real estate partners Peter E. Fisch and Harris B. Freidus published an article which examines two of the most common subordinate financing structures ‑ mezzanine loans and preferred equity ‑ and considers whether the real estate market's general preference for "mezzanine debt" as opposed to preferred equity is warranted. The article "Preferred Equity and Mezzanine Loans as Subordinate Financing Tools" appeared in the Real Estate Trends section of the November 30 issue of the New York Law Journal. Real estate associate Micah McOwen, tax partner David W. Mayo and bankruptcy partner Brian S. Hermann assisted in the preparation of the article.

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