Rand practices in the areas of commercial, corporate, lending, and real estate law in the states of Georgia and South Carolina. His practice centers on representing banking and corporate clients in transactions such as commercial loans; real estate acquisitions, development and leasing; and corporate acquisitions and mergers. He also represents lenders in commercial loan workouts, collections and foreclosures.
West Virginia University, 1988, B.S., Electrical Engineering
University of South Carolina, 1993, J.D.
Honors: Cum Laude; Order of the Coif Honorary Scholastic Society; Order of the Wig and Robe Honorary Scholastic Society
Aiken Bar Association
American Bar Association
Aiken Center for the Arts, Past Board of Directors Member
Junior Invitational, Inc., Director and Officer
Leadership Aiken County
Represented developer in $50,000,000+ commercial development involving a private-public partnership with highly complex real estate issues, bond financing, government law issues, and loan issues.
Represented developer in a $60,000,000+ transaction involving acquisition and financing of multi-state commercial properties and containing complex multi-state tax issues.
Represented 3 different golf course community developers in all aspects of the projects including property acquisition, financing, leasing, establishment of covenants and associations, zoning and land use.
Lending & Financing real estate
Represented lender in connection with a series of multi-state builder finance lines of credit in the $10,000,000 to $30,000,000 range.
Created a unique set of documents for multi-state secured revolving credit facilities under which over $200,000,000 of loans have been closed.
Represented lender in a complex and contested $3,000,000 case involving real estate foreclosure, deficiency judgments, and collections.
Represented lender in a contested $2,000,000 case involving real estate foreclosure and deficiency judgments.
Represented lender in a contested case involving builder line of credit in the amount of $10,000,000.
Represented lenders in a foreclosure and collection case involving large commercial loans secured by a manufacturing site contaminated with nuclear material.
Honors & Awards
The Best Lawyers in America® - Public Finance Law and Real Estate Law