Taft partner Kiamesha Colom presented at a webinar titled “The Effect of COVID-19 Legislation on the Commercial and Bankruptcy Practitioner” hosted by the Indianapolis Bar Association on May 21. The webinar provided insight into the applicability of the COVID-19 related legislation to Small Business Administration lending, bankruptcy, and the future of daily legal practice.
Colom is chair of Taft’s COVID-19 SBA Task Force. She focuses her practice in the areas of real estate transactions, real estate lending and commercial finance transactions, and related business transactions. Colom has extensive experience closing SBA, USDA, and conventional commercial loans for commercial lenders and borrowers related to real estate, equipment, machinery, and C&I lending. Her extensive base of knowledge covers an array of commercial loan types, including government guaranteed lending, asset based line of credits, term loans, real estate transactions, and construction loans. Additionally, Colom has assisted banks with recovery of yearly financial documents, past due funds, liquidation, and government guaranteed purchasing processes.