Peter P. Lindley is a Florida attorney with a diverse professional background in corporate law and governance, federal and state securities law, business taxation, and real property transactions and title insurance. Mr. Lindley has structured negotiated and documented large asset and equity conveyance and finance transactions, including treatment of associated federal and state regulatory laws compliance matters, in such transactions as corporate mergers and acquisitions, equity and asset acquisitive and dispositive transactions and transactions securitizing financial assets for remarketing on the secondary market to private and institutional investors.
Additionally, Mr. Lindley has represented clients in a variety of entrepreneurial transactions, including both personal property and real property conveyance and finance transactions, and documenting collateral security interests in the financing thereof under the Uniform Commercial Code and other relevant statutory schemes. Mr. Lindley is also a title agent with Attorneys Title Insurance Fund and has been involved in the resolution of various complex title insurance issues necessary to facilitate the conveyance of marketable title in client real property transactions.
Finally, Mr. Lindley has represented individual and entrepreneurial clients in planning and documenting the succession of their businesses and personal estates, including through use of partnerships and limited liability companies, as well as wills and trusts. In certain trust and commercial litigation matters, Mr. Lindley has been involved in supporting the resolution of complex legal issues for both defendant and plaintiff clients.
Mr. Lindley holds an MBA degree, his license as a Florida Certified Public Accountant, and for the decade prior to embarking on his legal career, practiced in public accountancy for two Big-4 CPA firms, as well as the Chief Financial Officer for one of those firm’s clients involved in real estate development and agribusiness, and, thereafter, as CFO for one of the largest, now publicly traded, commercial real estate services companies in the United States. Mr. Lindley is admitted to practice before the Southern District Court of Florida where he previously represented clients under Chapters 7, 11 and 13 of the federal Bankruptcy Code.