Kellie McGowan and Mike Malloy Presented at the ACC Greater Philadelphia 2021 Virtual In-house Counsel Conference

April 21, 2021

Obermayer real estate attorneys Kellie McGowan and Mike Malloy presented at the ACC Greater Philadelphia 2021 Virtual In-house Counsel Conference on April 21, 2021. ​Their panel, titled “Commercial Real Estate Trends in A Pandemic Era” covered the following topics:

  • ​Current Real Estate Market
  • ​Current Conditions:  Commercial Lease Defaults
  • Current Conditions:  Commercial Loan Defaults
  • ​Lease Considerations
  • ​Building Ownership 
  • Building Acquisition 
  • Financing Transactions ​

The Greater Philadelphia Chapter is one of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC) premier Chapters, serving the Greater Philadelphia region, the Lehigh Valley, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware. This multi-award-winning (“Large Chapter of the Year” and “Member Excellence”) Chapter consists of over 1,600 members who, for 36 years, have enjoyed such benefits as free cutting-edge CLEs, social and networking opportunities, and a host of many others.  We hope you become involved with our Chapter and enjoy its great tradition of excellence for the region’s in-house counsel community.

Kellie leads the firm’s real estate team in Bucks County. Her practice focuses on real estate transactions, financing, and zoning, and land use matters. Kellie represents businesses, financial institutions, and individuals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in financing transactions, as well as residential, commercial, and industrial real estate matters, including sales, acquisitions, and leasing.

Mike spent years as an attorney in private practice helping individuals and corporations navigate their real estate and business problems, and most recently, 11 years as general counsel of one of Pennsylvania’s largest, most successful privately held suburban real estate companies. Mike has broad-ranging experience in handling real estate transactions, zoning and land use cases, commercial lease negotiations, and construction disputes and also acts as “general counsel” to small and medium-sized businesses, who rely daily on his legal and operational advice. Mike represents real estate owners, investors, and developers; as well as corporations and nonprofits.

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