Originally presented at our Annual Real Estate Institute, April 30, 2021.
Panelists from Armstrong Teasdale LLP will share their thoughts and experiences looking back at COVIDs effects on leasing, lending, and foreclosures in Missouri and possible expectations in each of these areas as the pandemic appears to lighten.
Speakers: Gregory D. Todd, Armstrong Teasdale LLP, Kansas City, Beverly M. Weber, Armstrong Teasdale LLP, Kansas City; Amy T. Ryan, Armstrong Teasdale LLP, St. Louis
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Amy Ryan is a partner in the firm’s Financial and Real Estate Services practice group with more than 20 years of experience handling real estate litigation and creditors’ rights matters.
Amy has worked on several major federal litigation cases involving complex title insurance coverage as well as a multimillion-dollar action for fraud and replevin of farm equipment and crops. Her practice often involves real estate, consumer lending, creditors’ rights and business law.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Amy was a shareholder and managing partner for the St. Louis office of another Missouri law firm.
Gregory Todd is a partner in the firm’s Financial and Real Estate Services practice group, focusing on real estate and creditors’ rights matters in both Missouri and Kansas. He is particularly skilled in matters involving foreclosure law and resolution of real estate title defects.
Greg represents banks, mortgage servicers and individuals and they rely on his knowledge of the complexities and nuances related to this area of the law. He also has significant experience in drafting both commercial and residential loan documents, as well as handling commercial real estate transactions.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Greg was a shareholder at another Kansas City area law firm. Before that, he worked as an attorney at a Kansas-based default servicing company.