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Jeremy Mudd represents institutional lenders, banks, national and local real estate developers, and individual investors in a wide range of commercial real estate and finance transactions, including mortgage financing, property acquisitions and dispositions, property management, hotel management, and joint venture arrangements.

Jeremy's clients benefit from his unique combination of experience and knowledge. He has handled real estate and development matters in various capacities, including governmental, judicial, and as a corporate in-house attorney. With a background in zoning and urban planning, Jeremy has a strong understanding of the regulatory and land use considerations that go into a development project, and the life cycle of a real estate project from inception through completion.

Prior to joining Carlton Fields, Jeremy was an attorney for American Tower Corp. In this role, he provided zoning and land use counsel relating to the company's portfolio of wireless telecommunications facilities, which included securing land use entitlements for new or expanded facilities, providing zoning opinions regarding land purchases, and zoning-related due diligence for merger and acquisitions activities.




  • George Washington University Law School (J.D., 2013)
  • Arizona State University (B.S., summa cum laude, 2010)​

Bar Admissions

Court Admissions



  • Attorney, U.S. Tower Division, American Tower Corp., Woburn, MA (2015–2017)
  • Independent Title Examiner, Boston, MA (2014–2015)
  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Judith C. Cutler, Massachusetts Land Court, Boston, MA (2013–2014)


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