Mr. Nemer has represented numerous local and national property owners and developers regarding zoning and land use issues throughout Ohio. He is familiar with the permit application process and has counseled private and public entities in appeals of decisions rendered by municipal bodies, commissions and councils on request for variances, permits and plan approvals.
Mr. Nemer has extensive experience with all aspects of commercial and industrial real estate transactions including commercial real estate workouts. In his practice, he negotiates and drafts business organizational documents, as well as purchase, sale, options, and other transaction agreements and related documents. These include loan documents, commercial leases, easements, options and right of first refusal agreements. Mr. Nemer also assists borrowers in determining the correct vehicle for loan resolutions, such as forbearances, loan modification, discounted payoffs, deed in lieu of foreclosure, loan assumption, non-judicial foreclosures and lender liability litigation.
In his receivership practice area, Mr. Nemer has represented court-appointed receivers, as well as parties who have sought the appointment of a receiver. These parties include lenders, both regionally and nationally, as well as private parties.
As a result of his devotion to public work, Mr. Nemer was appointed to the Ohio Lottery Commission by Governor Bob Taft and approved by the Ohio Senate in 2001. He was reappointed in 2004 and elected by his fellow Commissioners as Vice-Chair. Mr. Nemer is also the Law Director and Prosecutor for Bentleyville and the Magistrate for Newburgh Heights.
•Ohio Lottery Commission, Vice-Chairman, 2001 - 2008
•Ohio Patrolmen's Association, Distinguished Service Award Recipient
•Open dialogue, respect are key to working well with municipalities, Smart Business Magazine, September 2017
•Cleveland Metropolitan Association, Member
•Ohio State Bar Association, Member
•Law director and Prosecutor for the Village of Bentleyville
•Magistrate for the Village of Newburgh Heights
•American Bar Association, Past Member
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