Carlisle G. Packard

Carlisle G. Packard: Attorney with Nevers, Palazzo, Packard, Wildermuth & Wynner, PC


Member, 1984-1985 and Articles Editor, 1985-1986, Brigham Young University Law Review. Co-author: "How To Structure Hotel Management Contracts to Protect Your Investment," Institutional Real Estate Letter, December 1997. Author: "Basic Issues in Hotel Lending," California Real Property Journal, Winter 1999; "The Mortgagee's Right to Property Insurance Proceeds," California Real Property Journal Fall 2000. Panelist, "Loan Documentation Strategies in the Nineties: Lessons From the Battle Lines," L.A. County Bar Association, 1994; "Lending Risks: California's Changing Orientation," L.A. County Bar Association, 1995; "Minimizing Real Property Liabilities," CEB, 1996; "Hotel Financing," L.A. County Bar Association Crocker Symposium, 1998; "Insurance for Lenders," L.A. County Bar Association 2001.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Law
  • Creditors' Rights

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
818-483-0195  Phone
818-879-9680  Fax
805-495-4440  Fax
University Attended:
Brigham Young University, B.A., 1981
Law School Attended:
Brigham Young University, J.D., cum laude, 1986
Year of First Admission:
1987, California
Los Angeles County Bar Association (Member, Steering Committee; Real Estate Finance Subsection of the Real Property Section, 1994—); State Bar of California.
Birth Information:
San Luis Obispo, California, September 4, 1956

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Westlake Village, California

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