Mike Schwegler is an attorney in the firm's Nashville office. He represents lenders, creditors and businesses in commercial and consumer lending transactions, consumer finance regulation and compliance, real estate, workouts, bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters. Mike has extensive experience handling commercial lending and real estate transactions. He has a broad background litigating and trying cases in state, federal and appellate courts, including successful arguments in the Sixth Circuit and the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
Irregular Transactions - Complaints, MDA's and Divorce Decrees
Real Estate Essentials, Tennessee Bar Association CLE, June 7, 2019
Commercial Lending Law, Second Edition: A Jurisdiction-by-Jurisdiction Guide to U.S. and Canadian Law
Co-Author, Tennessee Section, American Bar Association, Business Law Section, 2016
The Law of Guaranties: A Jurisdiction-by-Jurisdiction Guide to U.S. and Canadian Law
Co-Author, Tennessee Section, American Bar Association, Business Law Section, 2013
Tennessee Foreclosure Practice Update: What We Now Know Following Recent Changes to Foreclosure Practice
Co-Author, The Tennessee Banker, January 2013
Most recently, Mike was a Member in a small practice in Nashville. Prior to that, he was an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Tennessee.
In his free time, Mike enjoys sailing, golf, fly-fishing, woodworking, amateur history and gardening, although he is not very good at any of these activities.
Recently, the Federal Reserve initiated a new commercial lending facility that has been promised for months, the Main Street Lending Program (“MSLP”), consisting of three new loan facilities: the New Loan Facility, Expanded Loan Facility and Priority Loan Facility.
For the last couple of years, Tennessee practitioners have been waiting for the Tennessee Supreme Court to resolve the debate as to whether the Discovery Rule applies to toll the six year statute of limitations in breach-of-contract cases.