Burr's Jay Price Elected to American College of Mortgage Attorneys
Burr & Forman is pleased to announce that Jay Price, a partner in the firm's Birmingham office, has been named as a Fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA).
ACMA is a professional group of experienced real estate finance attorneys across North America dedicated to developing professional excellence, trustworthy referral networks, and lasting collegial relationships. ACMA seeks to improve and reform laws affecting real estate secured transactions and enhance attorneys' professional responsibility in the industry.
Fellowship is granted to qualified attorneys with distinguished experience in real estate mortgage transactions who have also demonstrated commitment to advancing the profession through bar association activities and contributions.
“Jay Price has an impeccable reputation in this industry and is a leader within our firm as our Lending practice group leader,” said Jennifer Blumenthal, partner & vice chair of the Lending practice group at Burr & Forman. “His inclusion in the ACMA is well-deserved, and his involvement in this important organization will add value in 2024 and in the many years to come.”
Jay Price leads the firm’s Lending practice group and has 25+ years of experience with a wide range of lending transactions, including commercial real estate, commercial and industrial, senior housing and health care. In addition to lending matters, Jay’s practice also involves commercial real estate leasing, loan workout and restructuring and general real estate matters.
Jay's clients include national, regional, and community banking institutions, state pension plans, national and regional real estate investors and managers, and commercial borrowers of all sizes from numerous industry sectors. He has worked on real estate financing transactions involving more than 35 states and corporate finance facilities involving several foreign countries.
His honors and awards include recognition over the years from Chambers, Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and the Birmingham Business Journal in the areas of banking and real estate law.