Dale concentrates his practice in complex commercial transactions, focusing on commercial real estate, asset based lending and project finance. He regularly represents institutional lenders and borrowers in structuring, documenting and closing complex transactions on a national and international basis. A substantial portion of Dale’s practice involves representing tenants, developers and lenders in commercial developments on a regional and national basis, and he has assisted clients in the development of campus housing costing over $1 billion. He also frequently represents clients in business matters involving a wide variety of other real estate transactions, including high-rise office buildings and industrial and manufacturing facilities. He has also worked on a substantial number of international real estate transactions.
University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 1977, with honors
Michigan State University, B.A., 1975
The Best Lawyers in America®
Real Estate Law, 1993-2023; Louisville Real Estate Law “Lawyer of the Year,” 2013
Project Finance Law, 2010-2023
Chambers USA, Real Estate, 2008-2017
Selected to Kentucky Super Lawyers®, Real Estate, 2007-2019
AV® Rated, Martindale-Hubbell®
Strategic Planning Committee, Member
Recruiting Committee, Member
Various seminars on real estate lending and development topics for the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky, and trade organizations such as the International Council of Shopping Centers, the Kentucky Board of Realtors, the Louisville Building Owners and Managers Association, and the Kentucky CCIM Association.