Recently, Jonathan was directly involved in structuring a multi-million dollar note sale with a buyer in a complex series of transactions involving a high profile 100-acre traditional neighborhood development in Baton Rouge. Currently, Jonathan is working with various clients in a number of matters related to the pending bankruptcy matter and related adversary proceedings concerning the Louisiana Heart Hospital.
Jonathan has also worked closely with an out-of-state client in conducting due diligence, evaluating and analyzing various large-asset commercial loans related to the liquidation of First NBC Bank in New Orleans during the FDIC’s loan pool bid process.
Jonathan’s work involving creditor-debtor secured transactions has resulted in his direct involvement in various large-scale commercial foreclosures of hotels, shopping centers and apartment complexes throughout Louisiana. Recent foreclosure proceedings include the Holiday Inn in Houma, Louisiana and the Bayou Walk Shopping Center in Shreveport. Notable prior commercial foreclosures include the high-rise, 297-room Marriott in Baton Rouge that secured debt evidenced by a $36.5 million note, and obtaining a writ of sequestration involving a casino-related hotel in Bossier City.
Jonathan received his B.A. in Economics with a minor in English from LSU in 2005, and J.D. in 2012 from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. He was the 2010 Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition Winner and served as the Vice President of External Competitions on the Moot Court Board. Prior to attending law school, Jonathan worked at the Baton Rouge Area Chamber as both the Regional Project Manager for Business Development and East Baton Rouge Parish Project Manager for Business Development. Prior to his work at BRAC, Jonathan worked as an assistant to the business manager at the LSU Athletic Department.
Professional Memberships and Associations
Baton Rouge Bar Association
Louisiana State Bar Association
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