Braden Johnson focuses his practice in debt financing and real estate secured lending for banks and private lenders. He has experience in workouts, mezzanine financing, tribal lending and public finance. Braden is involved in all stages of the lending process, including due diligence, loan documentation, negotiation, closing, post-closing issues and loan modifications. With this experience, Braden has developed a knowledge of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, mechanics liens and the sate construction registry, inter-creditor relationships, loan forbearance, commercial leasing, SBA lending, syndications, title insurance, tax advantaged financing, lending to estate planning vehicles and nonprofit entities, and much more.
University of Colorado School of Law (J.D., 2015)
Associate Editor, Colorado Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Review
Recipient, John and Cynthia Schultz Wildcatter Full Scholarship
Recipient, Public Service Pledge Award
Brigham Young University (B.A., Political Science, 2012)
Freelance Editor, J. Reuben Clark Law School's International Center for Law and Religious Studies
Student-Author, Brigham Young University Prelaw Review Journal