About Daniel L. Tedrick

Dan Tedrick concentrates his practice on commercial real estate finance and lending matters with an emphasis on leasing, acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate as well as closing new originations for the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market. With 20 years of broad based legal experience, Dan brings a unique perspective to clients ranging from commercial and investment banks to developers, private equity funds and other corporate entities. Having served as chief executive and general counsel for private equity real estate investment firms born out of the 2008 financial crisis,  Dan understands his clients' need for direct, solution-based representation focused on sustained growth and optimization with each successive transaction and possesses the depth of experience to advise clients in all phases of cyclical real estate markets.

Industry knowledge stems from deep experience

Dan is a nationally recognized arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and a certified mediator for state and federal courts in North Carolina, and has served as a neutral in hundreds of general corporate and financial industry disputes. As an advocate, Dan has represented clients ranging from Fortune 50 corporations to closely-held entities in all phases of commercial litigation, from discovery and motions practice, through and including trial by jury and subsequent appellate practice. Dan's prior transactional experience includes representing lenders and borrowers in restructuring, forbearance, short sale, foreclosure, insolvency and various other distressed real estate debt matters. He has also advised private equity entities in the acquisition and disposition of distressed real estate debt portfolios, including creating and then managing two such entities for over a decade.