Vandeventer Black LLP is pleased to announce the return of Ray W. King to the firm’s Norfolk office as an Of Counsel attorney. King will continue to concentrate his practice on commercial real estate, real estate litigation, and commercial foreclosures. His commercial real estate practice encompasses all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including representing clients in the purchase, sale, financing, and defeasance of high-rise office buildings, office parks, shopping centers and apartment complexes in the eastern United States.
“Ray is already part of the Vandeventer Black family as he started his career here as an Associate attorney many years ago,” said Mike Sterling, Managing Partner. “We are excited to welcome him home.”
King regularly represents borrowers in the closing of securitized or “CMBS” loans secured by commercial real estate for loans ranging from $2.0 mil. to $100 mil. He has worked with loan servicers and special servicers in the assumption of securitized or “CMBS” loans. In addition to handling the foreclosure of the commercial real estate securing loans, King represents lenders in loan modifications and workouts of troubled loans.
“I am truly excited to be back at Vandeventer Black,” said King.
King also provides legal counsel for a variety of commercial and corporate transactions. His real estate litigation practice includes representing condemnation authorities in eminent domain proceedings and resolving title claim matters.