Cameron is a transactional and lending attorney who frequently handles documentation of commercial loans, real estate transactions, and restructurings. He has represented lenders of all types, ranging from top investment banks to main-street family businesses. Cameron approaches the law with the benefit of real-world experience as a banker, providing clients with pragmatic solution-oriented service.

Assist the underwriters of two series of tax-exempt certificates of participation issued by the State of Colorado in the combined par amount of $1 billion. 

Assisted a regional bank with the issuance by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority of $10 million of Economic Development Revenue Notes to finance the construction of an advanced manufacturing facility, and the subsequent assumption of the debt by another entity. 

Advised Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver on over $35 million of loan-leveraging transactions. 

Provided a county government with regulatory analysis of the I-70 Mountain Corridor Environmental Impact Statement process, administered by the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration. 

Helped the buyer of an $18 million ranch by tracing the chain of title back to patents and assessing environmental and other risks using GIS analysis of numerous government databases. 

Helped a safety consulting firm to reorganize its employee equity incentive program by preparing various agreements and IRC § 83(b) elections.

“Amendments to UCC Article 9” presented to the Colorado Bar Association’s Business Law Institute (2023).

“Loan Sales 101” presented to Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (2024).

Member, Colorado Bar Association

Member, Denver Bar Association

George Washington University, J.D., 2010

University of Michigan, Master of Urban Planning, 2012

University of Michigan, Certificate in Real Estate Development, 2012

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, B.A. Summa Cum Laude, 2003

Prior to joining Markus Williams, Cameron was an associate with a boutique public finance law firm. Before entering private practice, Cameron was an investment banker focused on capital markets transactions involving Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country.

areas of concentration

Real Estate Lending

Commercial Lending

Affordable Housing

Awards and Recognition

Super Lawyers Illinois Rising Star, Business Bankruptcy (2016)





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