David Naka represents numerous local, regional and national financial institutions in all aspects of commercial lending. His practice includes closing and resolving sophisticated loan transactions, with an emphasis on acquisition, development, construction and term financing for both residential and income producing real estate, as well as middle market corporate financing in the Baltimore/Washington region. His practice also includes drafting form (shelf) loan documents and developing documentation policies and procedures manuals for use by bank employees in middle market and small business lending. Mr. Naka has testified as an expert witness on Maryland real property financing issues. He has drafted Maryland legislation and testified in support of it before the Maryland General Assembly, and provided comments on bills drafted by others to legislative committees. Mr. Naka has chaired the Real Estate Discussion Group of the Real Property Section of the Maryland State Bar Association (1990 and 1991), as well as the Consumer Credit Committee of the Corporations, Business and Banking Section of the Maryland State Bar Association (1984), and has lectured extensively on construction lending, title insurance, preparation of loan documents, real property foreclosures and a variety of other issues relating to real estate financing. He is admitted to practice in Maryland, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. Education: Yale University, B.A. 1973, magna cum laude; University of Chicago, M.A. in Philosophy 1976; University of Virginia School of Law, J.D. 1979, Order of the Coif. Contact Information: email@example.com 410-685-0899 (office phone) 443-824-3865 (cell phone)
Elizabeth J. Huttar
Betsy Huttar represents financial institutions in the documentation and negotiation of commercial financing transactions, with a concentration on the representation of approved lenders in Fannie Mae’s Delegated Underwriting and Servicing program for multifamily financing. Ms. Huttar is a Past President of CREW-Baltimore, Inc. (a local chapter of CREW Network). She has prepared and presented seminar materials on issues relating to commercial lending and has worked extensively with loan officers and other bank employees to teach practices and procedures for loan documentation and the perfection of security interests. Ms. Huttar has worked with Fannie Mae legal counsel to prepare forms for use in Maryland transactions as well as standard modification forms for use nationwide. She is admitted to practice in all courts in Maryland and in Virginia. Education: Hope College, Holland, Michigan, B.A. 1987, magna cum laude; George Washington University National Law Center, J.D. 1990, with honors, Managing Editor, George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics, Moot Court Board, Dean’s Fellow. Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org 410-685-0899 (office phone)
410-227-3033 (cell phone)
Wilson H. Oldhouser, III
Bill Oldhouser represents financial institutions and other business clients with a variety of commercial transactions, including real estate, corporate and small business, and asset-based loans. Matters handled by Mr. Oldhouser include loan closings, real estate and personal property foreclosure actions, business formations, real estate transactions, estate planning and collections. Mr. Oldhouser is a member of the Real Property, Planning and Zoning Section of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Real Property and Business Law Sections of the American Bar Association. He has lectured on and prepared materials for seminars on numerous topics relating to the documentation of real estate and commercial loan transactions, including residential construction lending, title insurance, perfection of liens and security interests under the Uniform Commercial Code, environmental laws, hidden liens and letters of credit. He is admitted to practice in all courts in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Education: Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina, B.A. 1985, summa cum laude; Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D. 1988, cum laude.
Lori Glebocki represents financial institutions in a variety of commercial loan transactions, including both real estate and asset-based lending. These transactions involve acquisition financing, construction financing and refinancing, loan modifications and restructuring. Mrs. Glebocki is experienced in drafting and negotiating loan documents, leases and other contracts. She has had extensive experience in title work, conducting closings, litigation and the representation of business clients seeking to form new entities. Mrs. Glebocki is admitted to practice in all courts in Maryland and is a member of the Real Property Section of the Maryland State Bar Association.
Education: Salisbury University, B.S. 1994, cum laude; Widener University School of Law, J.D. 1999, Salisbury University, M.B.A. 1999, magna cum laude.
Jon Caballero represents financial institutions and other entities in a variety of commercial transactions, including real estate, corporate and small business, and asset-based lending. These transactions include acquisition financing, construction financing and refinancing, revolving lines of credit, loan modifications and restructuring. Mr. Caballero also assists clients with negotiating and drafting loan documents, leases and other contracts, conducting closings, litigation of related claims, and business formations. Mr. Caballero is admitted to practice in Maryland and Washington D.C., the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland.
Education: New York University, Stern School of Business, B.S. 2009; University of Baltimore, School of Law, J.D. 2014 magna cum laude.