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Scott Page focuses his practice on commercial real estate transactions, including development, purchase and sales, joint ventures, financing, leasing, and other matters involving office, hotel, retail, industrial, and multitenant residential projects. He also advises clients on partnership agreements, operating agreements, tenancy in common agreements, and other matters in connection with such transactions and projects.

Scott has significant experience representing clients in commercial and business transactions including joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and real estate financing, and commercial leasing transactions for individuals and privately held businesses operating in a variety of industries.

Scott previously served as outside general counsel to corporate clients in a variety of corporate and commercial matters, including complex commercial contracts, entity formation, corporate governance issues, and strategic operational matters.

Scott is also a former certified public accountant and developed strong business experience from providing audit and business advisory services. Scott’s background gives him a deep understanding of his clients’ businesses to provide better service and help identify and provide guidance on the full gamut of business and legal issues for transactions in real estate and beyond.



  • University of Texas at Austin School of Law (J.D., 2000)
  • University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., 1993)

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