Scott Oliver practices in the areas of commercial finance, real estate, and corporate transactions. He represents state and national banks involved in commercial financing, as well as clients involved in business/real estate transactions, including: real estate acquisitions/sales, business acquisitions/sales, leases, entity formation and governance, commercial issues, contract preparation, contract negotiations, and compliance.
As a closing attorney, Scott represents banks and non-bank lenders involved in SBA and conventional financing. He works in all stages of the lending process, including credit review, compliance, eligibility, lien perfection, title review/negotiations, preparation of security instruments/loan documents, subordination/intercreditor agreements, workouts, collections, foreclosure, and bankruptcy. Over the course of his career, Scott has closed hundreds of SBA 7(a) loans, SBA 504 loans, SBA CAPLine loans, and a wide range of conventional facilities. While stationed in the heart of Indianapolis, his team has closed transactions throughout the country in all 50 states.
Through his corporate practice, Scott represents a variety of businesses, from closely held corporations to multi-million dollar entities. He advises clients in transactions involving real estate matters, acquisitions, sales, partner buyouts, and general commercial contracts and disputes. His representation also involves guiding new and emerging companies through entity selection, formation, growth, and governance.
Outside of his traditional practice areas, Scott is an Adjunct Professor at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, teaching Legal Communication and Analysis. He is an active member of the Indianapolis Bar Association where he holds various leadership positions and manages small and large-scale events for the local community.
Scott earned his B.A. from Purdue University, where he graduated with highest distinction and served as the graduation commencement speaker. He earned his J.D., cum laude, from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. During law school, Scott was the President of the Student Bar Association, a member of the Moot Court Executive Board, Vice Magister of Phi Delta Phi, a legal research and writing tutor, and a student teacher at Shortridge High School in Indianapolis, Indiana.