Brian began his legal career at the New York City office of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP. In his time at Cadwalader, he completed in excess of 70 public residential prime mortgage-backed and asset-backed securitizations, with pool sizes ranging from approximately $150 million to $1.25 billion. Thereafter, Brian took a position at the Phoenix office of Snell & Wilmer, where he expanded his practice area into additional forms of securitizations and asset-backed quasi- and full-financing arrangements, including secured and unsecured revolving credit facilities. He has worked closely with institutional borrowers, developing approaches to interim financing arrangements to achieve true sale, regulatory and accounting objectives.
Representative Presentations and Publications
• Structuring Transactions in this Economy: Raising Private Equity , Co-Author, Colorado Real Estate Journal (July 1-14, 2009)
Other Professional Experience
•Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, LLP, Associate, New York, New York
Related News & Events
Structuring Transactions in this Economy: Raising Private Equity (Colorado Real Estate Journal)
Corporate Communicator - January 2010 Preparation Guide for the Upcoming Annual Report and Proxy Season Preparation Guide for the Upcoming Annual Report and Proxy Season
Corporate Communicator - November 2009 The Federal Government: America's Most Liquid Lender The Federal Government: America's Most Liquid Lender
Structuring Transactions in this Economy: Raising Private Equity
Corporate Communicator - May 2009
Legal Alert: Treasury Releases Terms for Rescue of Private Banks and Savings & Loans
Loan Originators May Be on the Hook When Loans Go Sou
Professional Memberships & Activities
•State Bar of Arizona
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