Throughout his career, Zach has developed a broad-based and sophisticated real estate practice in finance, acquisitions, and dispositions, as well as leasing, joint ventures, and workouts of distressed debt. Zach represents lenders and borrowers in connection with the origination of mortgage loans (including securitized debt), mezzanine loans, construction loans, and bridge loans.
Zach has significant experience with respect to workouts and restructuring of troubled debt from both the lender and borrower side. His practice also includes representing clients in connection with loan dispositions, debt acquisitions, participations, and other secondary market transactions.
Most recently, Zach was a partner in the real estate practice at a New York law firm; general counsel to the Brookhill Group, a real estate developer and operator; and of counsel at another Am Law 100 firm.
Zach earned his bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College and his law degree, cum laude, from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.