Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
Douglas D. Selph has substantial expertise in structuring, documenting, negotiating and closing secured loan transactions for financial institutions, including complex syndicated credit facilities with multi-state and unsecured collateral. He is also experienced in representing REIT’s and other commercial borrowers in a wide range of secured and unsecured credit facilities, including working capital lines, acquisition loans and mezzanine loans. He has also been actively involved in debt restructurings, workouts and merger transactions for REIT and developer clients. Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Doug became one of the Firm’s experts on the Paycheck Protections Program (PPP).
In addition to his real estate and finance practice, Doug also handles real estate acquisitions and dispositions, commercial leasing transactions, and general real estate development issues.
Doug is a frequent speaker at real estate law seminars sponsored by the Georgia Bar and the American College of Real Estate Lawyers on such topics as real estate finance, legal opinions, ethics, and letters of credit. He has published articles in the Georgia Law Review, the Georgia Bar Journal, and the Practical Real Estate Lawyer.