Latham & Watkins
David Broderick is a partner in the New York office of Latham & Watkins. He has more than 20 years of experience in complex real estate transactions. He serves clients on a transactional level, working with complex debt and equity transactions, and on an active workout level, involving all types of restructurings, workouts and dispute resolutions.
Mr. Broderick is a member of Latham's Real Estate, Private Equity and Restructuring, Insolvency & Workouts practices. He specializes in: real estate finance, mortgage and mezzanine financing, debt syndication, preferred equity, bridge financing and other structured financings, asset management, foreclosures and restructurings, complex equity investments, and restructuring and workout of intercreditor, co-lender and other vertical and horizontal capital markets structures.
Previously, Mr. Broderick spent ten years at Lehman Brothers as Managing Director of the Real Estate Principal Transactions Group, Global Real Estate Group and advisor to Real Estate Private Equity and Mezzanine Funds. His principal areas of responsibility included: debt and equity origination, asset management, workouts litigation and bankruptcies, loan securitization and syndication, real estate fund formation, financing facilities, and private equity asset level transactions.
Mr. Broderick has also had extensive involvement with defaulted mezzanine loans, UCC foreclosure actions and other complex defaulted financing transactions, representing debt and equity holders at all levels of the capital structure.