Severson attorney Andrew Noble has mixed litigation with transactional work for a number of years, but not quite like in one recent week. Noble closed two multi-property commercial mortgage loans totaling $32 million in Colorado and New Mexico on Tuesday and Thursday, after representing a mortgage servicer in a one-day bench trial in Alameda County on Monday. The court rejected the borrower’s claims for violation of the Homeowner Bill of Rights and that the servicer lacked standing to foreclose after closing arguments.