Tim Laycock Elected a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 9 2018)—Stinson Leonard Street LLP congratulates Tim Laycock on being elected a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL).
Laycock is one of 43 attorneys from around the country elected to ACREL in 2018. ACREL was founded in 1978 as a national, non-profit organization of lawyers who are distinguished in the practice of real estate law and have contributed to the profession.
Admission to ACREL is by invitation only. The organization elects to its membership lawyers highly regarded for their skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of real estate law. The group devotes its efforts to improving the practice of real estate law around the country, and its membership consists of lawyers from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Laycock is a partner in the firm's Kansas City office. He represents domestic and foreign clients in complex commercial real estate equity and debt transactions, including acquisitions and sales, financing, and leasing of all major property types, including office buildings, shopping centers, multifamily projects, industrial properties, hotels, resorts and mixed-use projects. His experience encompasses workouts of troubled real estate projects, including real estate loan modifications (including CMBS) and foreclosures, mezzanine loan restructuring and foreclosure, restructuring of equity investments and holdings, and resolution of landlord/tenant disputes.
Laycock is one of the few LEED® Accredited Professionals in Missouri. He is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts and past chair of the board of directors for Synergy Services, Inc. — a not-for-profit that provides food, shelter, health care, and medical and mental health services for victims of domestic violence and homeless youth in the Kansas City metropolitan area. He earned his J.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia.