Mr. Prince represents secured creditors and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings and in complex credit transactions. He also provides counsel for clients regarding real estate law, including real estate acquisition and development and construction and suretyship litigation. In commercial litigation matters, Mr. Prince helps businesses resolve conflicts involving creditors' rights, contract, construction, Uniform Commercial Code, and real estate litigation.
Mr. Prince's clients include banks, commercial lending and leasing companies, and other financial institutions located throughout the United States. Mr. Prince also represents lenders and borrowers in secured and unsecured credit facilities, ESOP transactions, workout and restructuring of problem loans and leases, multibank participations and syndications, and regulatory and consumer law compliance.
Mr. Prince has published several articles regarding various aspects of bankruptcy and commercial law and is a frequent lecturer on topics relating to bankruptcy, financial institutions, and commercial law. He served as a visiting professor at the University of Idaho School of Law, and he published an article in The Idaho Law Review, “Ethical Issues Facing Idaho Bankruptcy Practitioners.”
Mr. Prince joined Langroise, Sullivan & Smylie in 1975 and Holland & Hart when the two firms merged in 1984.