Eric Reilly is a partner in Mayer Brown's Banking & Finance practice. His practice focuses on structured finance and real estate finance matters.
Eric regularly represents borrowers and lenders in commercial, multifamily and residential mortgage warehouse facilities, including facilities structured to finance nonperforming loans, non-QM loans, reverse mortgage loans and home equity loans. He has been described by The Legal 500 as having “an excellent knowledge of the warehouse finance space for both commercial and residential mortgages.”
Eric also regularly represents financial institutions and finance companies in the securitization of mortgage loans and other real estate assets, including advising issuers and underwriters in the structuring and execution of CRE CLOs.
He regularly advises underwriters in connection with mortgage insurance-linked note transactions.
Additionally, Eric has experience representing mortgage loan originators and servicers in connection with servicing agreements and servicing rights sales and financings and often represents purchasers and sellers in whole loan purchases and sales.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Eric served as law clerk to the Honorable Gloria M. Burns, US Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey.
Eric is the hiring partner for the Charlotte office.
Rutgers University School of Law, JD, with honors
Managing Editor, Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion
Clemson University, MBA
Clemson University, BS, Financial Management
- North Carolina
- New Jersey