Boylan Code, LLP
Growth. Protection. Succession.
Size of Organization: 32
Year Established: 1974Web Site: http://www.boylancode.com
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Boylan Code LLP is one of the largest law firms in Rochester, New York, with over 30 attorneys and an overall staff of 65. We are a full-service firm, offering a complementary suite of specialized services tailored to match our clients' needs. Our core value is our ability to help our clients achieve their most important goals - the growth, protection, and succession of their business and personal assets. In order to achieve those goals, the firm engages in a broad practice in the areas of business, corporate and intellectual property law, labor and employment law, real estate, environmental and municipal law, litigation, estate planning and administration, employee benefits, immigration, and tax law.
While the firm has grown dramatically since its founding in 1974, in response to ever more complex client needs, our commitment to client service remains unchanged. We are still small enough to ensure close attention from partners who are strategically involved in all matters, and we are large enough to ensure that expertise is available from many areas of legal specialization. The firm is located in Rochester, NY.
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Structuring a Forbearance Agreement for a Lender
Mark A. Costello, May 31, 2012
When a loan goes into default a lender, for any number of reasons, may determine that pursuing or continuing a foreclosure against its security is not its best option. Concomitantly, a borrower may wish to attempt to bring a loan current or to obtain takeout financing to make a lender whole, but...