Recognized since 2005
Greensboro, North Carolina
Financial Services Regulation Law
Real Estate Law
Randy Underwood has significant experience representing owners of real estate in financing, acquisition, development, leasing and sales activities. As a result of his experience with, and knowledge of, real estate transactions, he also represents several national title insurance companies in disputes and litigation involving titles to real estate.
A significant part of Randy's practice is the representation of national and local financial institutions and borrowers in substantial commercial loan transactions. He regularly prepares and reviews loan documentation for lenders doing business in North Carolina, and advises lenders regarding loan workouts and foreclosures of real and personal property collateral. He also regularly advises financial institutions and other lenders about a wide variety of regulatory, licensing, and compliance issues such as usury laws, truth-in-lending laws, and other compliance issues.
With his varied business law background, Randy spends a significant amount of his time providing general business law advice to start-up and established companies, regularly advises publicly traded companies about securities issues, and represents buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions. He has represented numerous companies and underwriters in public offerings of securities and in tax exempt revenue bond transactions.
Contact & Links
- Renaissance Plaza, Suite 2000
230 North Elm Street
P.O. Box 26000
Greensboro, NC 27420
- University of Virginia , J.D., graduated 1979
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BS, graduated 1974
- North Carolina Bar Association
- American College of Mortgage Attorneys - Fellow
- Kiwanis Club of Greensboro - President Elect
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 for work in:
- Financial Services Regulation Law
- Real Estate Law
- Commercial Finance
- Consumer Finance
- Structured Finance
- Recognized in North Carolina Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters) in Banking Law (2006-2013)
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