Peggy (M. Margaret) Sullivan selected as an American Bar Association Real Property Fellow

October 19, 2010

Frost Brown Todd is pleased to announce that Senior Associate, Margaret (Peggy) Sullivan was named as an American Bar Association Real Property Fellow for the 2010-2012 class.  

The Fellows program encourages the active involvement and participation of young lawyers in Section activities. The goal of the program is to give young lawyers an opportunity to become involved in the substantive work of the Real Property, Trust and Estate Section, while developing into future leaders. The Fellows gain a considerable amount of knowledge about the work of the Section, as well as the real property and trust and estate law practices.

The Fellowship appointment is for two years. To be considered for selection, a person (1) must have practiced in the trusts and estates or real property area for at least one year, and (2) should have demonstrated leadership at the state or local bar level or in the Young Lawyers Division of the ABA.

Ms. Sullivan works with the Real Estate practice group at Frost Brown Todd and represents clients in a wide array of national, regional and local real estate transfer, development and financing matters.  Her real estate practice focuses on representing developers, landlords, tenants and retailers in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including the development, acquisition, sale, and leasing of shopping centers, office buildings, retail space, warehouses and industrial facilities.  Her commercial transactions practice involves all aspects of commercial lending and regulatory issues. In the commercial lending area, Ms. Sullivan serves as counsel to both lenders and borrowers handling working capital facilities, construction loans, asset based loans, asset securitizations and large multi-bank syndicated facilities.