Our client relationships offer us the privilege of representing both landlords and tenants as primary leasing counsel in commercial lease transactions involving all property types, and we are experienced in addressing the nuances that arise from both perspectives. Our attorneys handle leasing matters involving office properties ranging from small and medium-sized buildings to Class A office buildings and office parks, neighborhood, community and regional shopping centers, restaurants and other single-tenant “net lease” properties, and warehouse facilities. Although not specific to leasing transactions, we are mindful of the inherent time constraints that frequently surround leasing transactions, and have the capacity and commitment to timely accomplish our clients’ business objectives.


  • Ongoing representation of an Atlanta-based privately held real estate investment company in leasing transactions across its portfolio of office properties.
  • Principal leasing counsel for an international commercial investment advisor to funds, REITs, and pension funds with a focus on day-to-day ownership decisions. Representation includes retail and office lease negotiations relating to approximately 50 retail shopping centers involving more than 8 million square feet of gross leasable area.
  • Ongoing representation of an international restaurant chain in ground lease and sale/leaseback transactions involving more than 150 locations throughout the country.
  • Ongoing representation of a developer in the development and leasing of single-tenant “net lease” retail and restaurant properties throughout Georgia and Texas.
  • Ongoing representation of a national freight distribution, surface transportation, and logistics company in leasing facilities ranging from 20,000 square feet to more than 250,000 square feet throughout the country.
  • Represented a subsidiary of a NYSE real estate company in the redevelopment and leasing of a 630,000-square-foot office tower in downtown Atlanta.
  • Represented a financial services organization, as landlord, in numerous leasing transactions for space in Class A office buildings, industrial and warehouse properties, shopping centers, shopping malls, and mixed-use projects in central and South Florida.
  • Represented a national drug store chain in leasing free-standing and in-line retail locations.
  • Represented a Fortune 300 retail store chain on numerous leasing matters and issues including build-out obligations, enforcement of lease requirements, disputes concerning common area maintenance expenses, and other obligations.
  • Represented an institutional landlord in numerous leasing transactions in a 956,000-square-foot office complex in Tampa, Florida.
  • Represented one of the nation's largest property owners in its portfolio of retail and office properties in Florida. Work included all lease preparation, coordination with property managers, preparing legal default notices, instituting eviction and damage litigation, and collection efforts.
  • Represented a nationwide telecommunications company in numerous disputes with various landlords concerning, among other things, enforcement of early termination provisions, disputes concerning responsibility for property expenditures, compliance with local government regulations, and reinstituting leases that had gone into default.


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