Man, oh man, are the readers in for a treat. In addition to our regular experts, including Chad Coombs, Peter Davidson, and Ryan Baker, this Issue includes a myriad of wonderful articles. Whether it is a meet and greet with Richard Munro, who many of us know already, but who I am certain we will all learn something new in his personal profile article, or a fascinating interview with Loyola Law School’s new Interim Dean, Brietta R. Clark, there is something for everyone in this Issue. Readers will gain insight into evaluating stalled construction projects, from David Wald of Wald Realty Advisors, as well as strategies and options for dealing with health and safety issues through health and safety receiverships, from Ryan Griffith of Bay Area Receivership Group.
Also, learn about past California Receiver’s Forum events, and–as a reoccurring theme in this Issue–the California Receivership Forum’s upcoming Tenth Annual Loyola Symposium – Loyola X. In fact, if by the end of this Issue do not put Loyola X into your calendar, I will personally come to your place of business and input it into your calendar myself.
Michael Muse- Fisher is a Shareholder at Buchalter, a Professional Corporation. He regularly represents receivers across all receivership types.