For over fifteen years, Harriet has devoted her practice to representing lenders and other creditors in numerous areas of law, including commercial special asset litigation, creditor’s rights, bankruptcy, collection matters, transactions and workouts. After graduating law school in 2001, Harriet began representing lenders in commercial transactions, including SBA economic development closings, and became a licensed as a title agent. Her understanding of complex commercial transactions has been instrumental in the development of her creditor’s rights practice over eight years ago.
Commercial special asset litigation encompasses many areas of law, including commercial foreclosures, commercial claim and deliveries, suits against borrowers and guarantors, bankruptcies, and adversary actions in bankruptcies. Harriet also represents lenders in consumer foreclosures or litigation, when cases become contested, involve title issues, or involve other complexities. She handles collection actions, including supplemental proceedings, for creditors.
In addition to creditor’s rights litigation, Harriet continues to represent lenders in a variety of non-litigation matters, including loan work out agreements, commercial and SBA economic development closings, OREO closings, non-litigation title curative matters, and loan sales and transfers.