Commercial Real Estate Transactions
(Purchasing/Selling & Leasing)
“We understand that each property and asset class is unique and requires specialized attention to understand and help identify the creative legal process that will best suit the situation.”
Our practice covers all aspects of general law & real estate law, ranging from purchasing and selling real estate to development and every related transaction regarding:
- Small businesses
We frequently work on leasing matters with office, warehouse, industrial as well as retail shopping centers for the following issues:
- Sale and purchase agreements
- Landlord lease agreements
- Tenants lease agreements
- Entity formation for real estate ownership
We Give each client individual attention for each unique situation.
We understand that each property and asset class is unique and requires specialized attention to understand and help identify the creative legal process that will best suit the situation.
Corporate & Business Matters
Brent is experienced in negotiating and drafting a wide range of business arrangements, including joint venture agreements, complex brand and technology licensing agreements, marketing and endorsement agreements, manufacturing and distribution agreements, credit agreements and numerous other general corporate and commercial contracts for companies in a variety of industries.
Venture Capital & Emerging Growth
In addition, Brent has expertise in advising emerging growth companies from formation through their various stages of growth, including formation, seed, and venture capital financing, complex operating and stockholder agreements, employment contracts and equity incentive arrangements.
How Do I Choose a Lawyer?
Hiring an attorney is an important decision and it should be done carefully. Before you make a choice you should ask for the following information:
- The attorney’s experience
Please call Brent A. Levison for further information
The process of selecting an attorney should be comprehensive.
Speak with your friends, family and coworkers.
- After you have a few names, check the Bar association’s website to make certain the attorney has a good history and no improper activity.
- Look for an attorney who has represented similar people in similar deals.
- Choose to work with someone who is involved in real estate law on a full time basis.
- It is extremely difficult for an attorney to keep up with the rapidly changing landscape of real estate law
- An attorney who handles all types of cases is unable to keep up with the many changing facets and trends of real estate law.
- Ask for client references. The attorney should be able to have some of his/her past clients call you and tell you about their experience working with him/her.