Ben D. McIntosh joined Carmody MacDonald P.C. as an associate and concentrates his practice in banking and finance law, real estate law, business law, and estate planning.
Ben has a valuable background in finance from both his work at UMB Bank in the Management Training Program and at the University of Missouri. He served as a law clerk for the Honorable Terry I. Adelman, a federal magistrate judge for the Eastern District of Missouri.
Ben's banking and finance law practice involves the representation of both lenders and borrowers in all manner of transactions, including secured and unsecured financings, commercial and industrial loans, syndicated credit facilities, participations, intercreditor agreements, debt restructurings and work-outs, foreclosures, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, mezzanine and subordinated debt, and deeds in escrow.
His real estate practice also covers a wide array subjects such as real estate purchase agreements, title issues, easements, commercial and residential leases, tenant-in-common agreements, 1031 exchanges, land use issues, real estate financings, listing agreements, and licenses.
Ben's business law practice typically involves the formation of business entities such as limited liability companies, corporations, and limited partnerships, corporate governance issues, the drafting of operating agreements and shareholder agreements, resolving member and shareholder disputes, securities laws issues, reviewing and drafting employment agreements and consulting agreements, private placements, mergers and acquisitions, advising non-profit organizations, confidentiality agreements, non-compete agreements, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and other general corporate matters.