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    Alfred Clark is a partner in the Los Angeles office and a member of the international Board of Directors of Locke Lord LLP. He has more thirty-five years' experience counseling businesses and business owners in a wide variety of strategic and operational issues. Al's principal practice area involves representing institutional lenders and private investors, including insurance companies, commercial banks and private equity firms, in mortgage financing transactions, including forward commitments, construction, bridge and permanent financing, on properties as diverse as industrial facilities, office buildings, multi-family housing, residential tract developments, retail centers and hotels, in California and throughout the Southwest. His practice includes representing senior construction lenders on projects involving mezzanine debt furnished under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program established and administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. He has substantial experience representing lenders and investors in the restructuring, workout and foreclosure of troubled real estate investments, including properties in bankruptcy. In addition to his finance practice, Al represents investors, landowners and commercial users in a wide variety of real estate transactions, including the acquisition and disposition of real estate assets, leasing, land use and condemnation issues, with many transactions involving sustainable development and property contaminated by hazardous materials.

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