Maslon LLP has announced the addition of Financial Services attorney Michael Rosow to the firm’s partnership. Rosow brings two decades of experience representing clients, including national financial institutions, in loan workouts, creditor remedies, and bankruptcy; financial services litigation; and real estate litigation.
Rosow handles highly complex cases that require his advocacy in the courtroom, as well as completing transactional work in partnership with banks and other financial institutions to ensure they accomplish their business goals. He has guided workout professionals to implement collections processes and determining how best to enforce their rights as creditors. He also works on the collection of unsecured notes, the enforcement of secured loans, and the acquisition of assets of distressed companies.
Rosow was named an Attorney of the Year by Minnesota Lawyer in 2020, and he has been recognized in Minnesota Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America. He earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Minnesota.
Fox Rothschild LLP is pleased to welcome Heidi J. Nau to the Minneapolis office as counsel in the Real Estate Department.
Nau works with clients to find collaborative solutions that drive real estate transactions to closing. She focuses her practice on representing mortgage lenders in commercial real estate transactions with agency financing, particularly clients who service and originate loans through Fannie Mae. She also has experience representing clients in regard to HUD interest rate reductions and refinancings, lease negotiations, homeowners associations, foreclosures and creditors’ remedies.
Nau is a member of Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women, an organization dedicated to advancing women in the real estate industry, as well as the Minnesota State Bar Association and Hennepin County Bar Association. She also volunteers with the Twin Cities food bank Second Harvest.
She earned her J.D. from Hamline University School of Law and B.A., magna cum laude, from Buena Vista University.
Before Fox, Nau was a shareholder at Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.
Taft welcomes three partners to its Finance practice group in Indianapolis. The team includes David A. Foster, Jennifer A. Pearcy, and Stephen T. Ramey.
David A. Foster will serve as co-chair of Taft’s Finance practice group. He has significant experience representing commercial lenders and financial institutions in connection with loan origination and documentation (including secured, unsecured, and mezzanine lending, real estate mortgage, and construction lending) and UCC issues. He also represents lenders with respect to troubled credits in the areas of bankruptcy, restructurings and workouts, creditors’ rights, foreclosure, and receivership actions.
Jennifer A. Pearcy counsels clients seeking to advance their business objectives through various transactions. She represents commercial lenders, financial institutions, and public and private companies in a range of matters, including loan originations and documentation of secured and unsecured syndicated and single bank credit facilities, complex real estate development financings and acquisition financings, restructurings, and workouts.
Stephen T. Ramey represents financial institutions and borrowers in commercial finance transactions, including secured and unsecured syndicated and single bank credit agreements, mezzanine lenders, complex real estate development financings, asset-based lending transactions, and acquisition financings.
“Taft’s outstanding team and growth strategy make it a great place to practice law and serve our clients for years to come,” said Foster. “We look forward to continuing to serve our clients with the depth of resources represented by Taft’s soon to be 800+ attorneys across the Midwest.”
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