Rikki Field to Guest Speak in Real Estate Class at Monmouth University
Posted on September 15th, 2010
Rikki L. Field, a Member of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will be a guest speaker in the “Real Estate Finance, Investment, and Taxation” class at the Kisiak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University on Wednesday, September 22, 2010. The course is regularly taught by Ronald M. Shapiro, Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of Union Center National Bank and covers the sources, institutions, instruments and underwriting practices that are employed in the real estate market.
“Ron has asked me to speak about important legal documents used in the real estate finance industry, including mortgages, notes, assignments, guarantees, and leases. I will discuss how and when to use these documents and what the benefits are to the lender. I will also give real-world examples of my experience with borrowers and lenders on the legal side. I think we will make a good team,” explained Field.
Field is a member of the firm’s Real Estate & Land Use and Banking & Financial Services departments.
Field spent 13 years as Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at First Union Corporation prior to reentering private practice in 2001. Field continues to use the unique experience that she acquired at First Union for the benefit of her clients. She represents financial institutions and other clients in their commercial real estate, commercial and community development-related lending activities, including acquisition and construction lending, secured commercial lending, interest rate swaps and other hedging transactions.
Field is also experienced in commercial real estate transactional matters, including sales and purchases of industrial parks, apartment buildings and shopping centers; leases of industrial property and office buildings; land use and zoning applications; and landlord/tenant matters.
Field is a member of the NMM Women’s Forum Marketing Committee.
Field received her A.B. in 1978, summa cum laude, from Washington University and her J.D. in 1981 from the University of Pennsylvania.