S. Bob Stupar
Partner

1100 Peachtree Street NE Suite 2800, Atlanta, GA USA 30309

Overview

Bob Stupar concentrates his practice on lending and servicing of commercial real estate conduit and balance-sheet loans secured by apartment buildings, shopping centers, strip malls, hotels, warehouses, residential developments, office buildings, and other types of commercial real estate. He regularly represents banks, master servicers, special servicers, CLO issuers, CMBS trusts, insurance companies, and other lenders with respect to commercial real estate loan originations, loan restructurings, loan modifications, loan assumptions, CMBS and CLO securitization compliance, SASB loan servicing, co-lender, loan participant and intercreditor issues, property leasing, property management, zoning, land use, workouts of non-performing commercial real estate loans (forbearances, discounted payoffs, deeds-in-lieu, note sales, receiverships, foreclosures, and the exercise of other secured creditor remedies), and real estate sales.

Bob is a frequent speaker at local and national legal and finance industry events in connection with this practice. He speaks French, Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian, and also has basic knowledge of Japanese language.

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Represented senior lender in a workout of a defaulted $1,100,000,000 loan secured by a hotel, including negotiated workouts with mezzanine lenders.

Represented lender and master servicer with addition of $130,000,000 in loan collateral with respect to a $1,300,000,000 loan secured by multi-state warehouse assets.

Represented senior lender and special servicer in a workout of a $350,000,000 loan secured by hospitality properties, including negotiated workouts with mezzanine lenders.

Represented lender and special servicer in a borrower bankruptcy related workout of a $1,200,000,000 loan secured by an office building.

Represented lender and special servicer in a borrower bankruptcy related workout of a $240,000,000 loan secured by an office building.

Represented lender and special servicer in borrower litigation and subsequent settlement regarding a $91,000,000 loan secured by apartment buildings.

Represented senior lender and special servicer in a workout of a $230,000,000 loan secured by a hotel, including negotiated workouts with mezzanine lenders.

Represented lender in a restructure of a $480,000,000 loan secured by multi-state hospitality properties.

Represented lender in a workout and foreclosure of a $150,000,000 loan secured by multi-state office buildings.

Represented lender and special servicer in a sale of a $52,000,000 defaulted loan secured by an office building.

Represented senior lender and master servicer regarding modifications to a $500,000,000 loan secured by a hotel.

Represented senior lender and master servicer regarding modifications to a $510,000,000 loan secured by a hotel.

Represented senior lender and master servicer regarding modifications to a $280,000,000 loan secured by a hotel.

Represented lender in a workout and foreclosure of a $110,000,000 loan secured by a shopping mall.

Represented lender and special servicer in a receivership and foreclosure of a $100,000,000 loan secured by a shopping mall.

Represented lender in a workout of a $56,000,000 loan secured by hospitality properties in Mexico.

Represented lender in several borrower disputes concerning a $70,000,000 loan and the award of a deficiency judgment against the loan guarantor for $53,000,000.

Represented master servicer with a modification of a $150,000,000 loan secured by an office building.

Represented master servicer in a partial note purchase option exercise for a $200,000,000 loan secured by an office building.

Represented lender with sale of a mezzanine note related to a senior $85,000,000 loan secured by a retail property.

Represented lender in a workout of a $275,000,000 loan secured by an office building.

Represented lender and special servicer in a workout, foreclosure, and subsequent sale of an REO office campus securing a $30,000,000 loan.

Represented lender in origination of a $40,000,000 loan secured by an apartment building.

Represented lender in a modification of a $170,000,000 loan secured by an amusement park.

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Education

Emory University School of Law J.D. (2006)

University of Washington Certificate in Business for International Professionals (2001)

University of Belgrade B.A. (2000) Japanese Language and Literature

Admissions

Georgia (2006)

Court Admissions

Georgia Supreme Court (2010)

Professional & Community Activities

American College of Mortgage Attorneys, Fellow

Serbian Bar Association of America, Member

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