Christine Schlomann’s practice focuses on matters concerning commercial transactions and commercial litigation with emphasis on secured lending, real estate, banking, bankruptcy and health care.
Commercial Transactions and Litigation. An accomplished negotiator who is particularly knowledgeable in secured financing transactions, Christine proficiently prepares loan documents and other commercial contracts.
She has significant experience litigating commercial matters including finance transactions, lender liability issues, mortgage foreclosures, breach of contract, third-party professional malpractice, bankruptcy, bank regulatory matters and officer and director liability claims. Using her strong understanding of lending relationships and structuring, she is able to provide insightful counsel and documentation assistance to lenders and borrowers regarding debt restructuring and loan work-out arrangements.
Real Estate. Christine has also served as general counsel to a real estate investment trust and currently represents many other clients in real estate matters. This representation includes real estate financing, sales and acquisitions, real estate development, use agreements such as easements, licenses and leases, condominium conversion and condemnation.
Health care. Serving skilled nursing facilities and long-term acute care hospitals, Christine provides litigation assistance with regulatory matters. These include facility and provider licensing, fraud and abuse and regulatory enforcement actions.
Municipalities. Christine has guided numerous municipalities in matters relating to federal regulation of public water supplies, particularly 7 U.S.C. §1926(b) related boundary disputes and permits.