Speaking of Real Estate
Twenty-four lawyers at Gordon Feinblatt LLC were named to the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in America® list including the following in real estate and related areas:
Additionally, six Gordon Feinblatt attorneys were named 2021 Baltimore “Ones to Watch” by Best Lawyers in America®, including Caroline E. Sweet in the area of Real Estate Law.
Also, five Gordon Feinblatt attorneys were named 2021 Baltimore “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers in America®, including Searle E. Mitnick, who was named Real Estate Law “Lawyer of the Year.”
PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS
Ed Levin was a panelist on “Navigating UCC Issues in Real Estate Finance Opinions: The ABA/ACMA/ACREL/ACCFL UCC Opinion Report,” a Stafford webinar, on September 3, 2020.
Ed Levin wrote “New Acknowledgment Forms Became Effective on October 1, 2020” for the Maryland Mortgage Bankers and Brokers Association, Inc., and the Maryland Bankers Association on October 5, 2020.
Ed Levin presented on “Electronic Signatures and Remote Notarizations in Maryland” for the James Macgill American Inns of Court on October 14, 2020.
Ed Levin will be a panelist on “Opinion Letters: Nuts and Bolts” at the Advanced Business Law Institute, part of MSBA Legal Excellence Week, on November 10, 2020.
Searle Mitnick and Caroline Sweet will be panelists on “COVID-19 and Real Estate Transactions: Where Are We and Where Do We Go From Here? A Discussion of Issues in Leasing, Opinion Letters, Hospitality Contracts, Purchase and Sale Agreements, and Related Insurance Considerations” at the Advanced Real Property Institute, part of MSBA Legal Excellence Week, November 10, 2020.
Ed Levin, Searle Mitnick, and Caroline Sweet are members of the 2020 MSBA Advanced Real Property Institute Planning Committee.
Searle Mitnick moderated “Let’s Make a Deal: Business Relationships in the COVID Era” for The Associated’s Lawyers’ Division webinar on October 13, 2020. Among the topics discussed were contractual relationships during the pandemic in the areas of employment, insurance and liability, force majeure, and real estate.