Lauren Deyo is an Associate with Nexsen Pruet's Bankruptcy and Financial Services Practice Group. She brings her knowledge of real estate finance and transactions to the firm.
Before joining Nexsen Pruet, Lauren worked as an in-house counsel and AVP for Fidelity National Title. There she handled negotiations, managed litigation in federal and state courts across the country, and identified and analyzed title defects and escrow errors. Lauren assessed and cured issues dealing with a wide variety of matters such as fraud, forgery, zoning and land use, easements, taxes, foreclosure and more.
At Nexsen Pruet, Lauren often represents lending institutions that support our great nation’s rural communities and agriculture. Lauren also understands the issues that businesses often face, including how to best finance their operations, and helps businesses navigate these decisions. Lauren is dedicated to learning about the client – its organization, operations, industry, and its goals – in order to provide timely and personalized legal advice.
Lauren attended Emory University School of Law, where she worked as a Graduate Research Assistant, and was a coach and a competitor in the Irving R. Kaufman Memorial Securities Law Moot Court Competition held annually in New York City. She also worked part-time for Rubin Lublin, LLC while in law school, reviewing titles and post-sale deeds and conducting research on bankruptcy law and creditor and debtors’ rights.
*Ms. Deyo is not currently licensed to practice in the state of South Carolina.
Outside Nexsen Pruet
Lauren enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. She also enjoys watercolor painting, often donating custom pet portraits to animal rescues for their fundraising efforts, and reading. Most of her reading is about archaeology, as she trained to be an archaeologist prior to attending law school.
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It is important for lenders to understand the new paycheck protection program loans, which are meant to help hard hit small businesses, and their responsibilities as lenders. Bankruptcy and financial services attorney Lauren Deyo gives an update about the new PPP funding and important considerations for lenders.
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- *Ms. Deyo is not currently licensed to practice in the state of South Carolina