Why Mixed-Use Real Estate Owners Should Detail All Factors Contributing to Their Distress
By Amy M. Williams, Managing Member, Williams Legal Advisory Group LLC
For owners of retail and mixed-use real estate facing distress, it is tempting to blame their economic woes solely on the COVID-19 pandemic. This explanation is attractive because it leaves them blameless, is seemingly self-evident, and does not compel them to justify their past actions or...
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Amy M. Williams is a founding and managing member of the Williams Legal Advisory Group LLC in northern New Jersey. She has worked as both a lawyer and as an asset management and restructuring consultant advising owners, REIT funds, and retail asset management advisors across the country on operational efficiencies and compliance, redevelopment and repositioning of retail and mixed-use properties, risk allocation and litigation management, asset disposition, liquidation and organizational wind-down, and COVID issues.