Harrison Coleman is a third generation member of the firm, graduated from law school in 1997, joined the firm in 2004 and opened the Atlanta office in 2005.
Harrison has substantial experience in commercial real estate capital markets and finance with a particular emphasis on the origination, structuring, workout and enforcement of commercial mortgage loans. Harrison’s experience includes permanent, bridge and construction mortgage lending; mezzanine finance; subordinate debt; co-lending and participation arrangements; loan sales and purchases; loan workouts, foreclosures and restructurings. Harrison also represents landlords and tenants in commercial leasing transactions involving ground, space and net leases as well as facility operating, management, and other vendor services agreements.
Harrison is currently serving as coordinating special counsel to one of the country’s premier commercial loan servicers and has dealt with a wide array of disparate issues in resolving problem loans including borrower bankruptcy, lender liability and competing creditor’s rights and interests; listing agreements, property management agreements and other third-party service contracts for REO assets; landlord/tenant legal matters and property owner association governance.
Harrison is a lecturer for continuing education classes for the Georgia Bankers Association, Georgia’s banking trade organization. Harrison’s seminars focus on real estate loan due diligence procedures, loan documentation, loan participations, foreclosure, REO asset management and lender liability matters.
Harrison is a Director of Buckhead Coalition Inc., a member of the Development Committee for Atlanta Classical Academy, the State Bar of Georgia, International Bar Association, NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Episcopal High School Alumni Association and Washington & Lee University Alumni Association. Harrison is a former Director of Peachtree Park Civic Association and currently serves as a Director of the Argonne Forest Association.