Real Estate Group Continues Strategic Expansion
Barack Ferrazzano is pleased to announce that Shelby Q. McMahon has joined the Firm as an attorney in the Real Estate Group. Shelby was previously with a prominent California-based firm where her practice focused on complex real estate transactions, including all phases of real estate acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, land use, entitlements and development matters.
"We look forward to working with Shelby and utilizing her in-depth and varied real estate experience." - Richard S. Nikchevich, Co-Chair, Real Estate Group
Shelby is the fifth attorney to join the Real Estate Group in 2017, following the additions of partner Joseph Lambert, and associates Robert Cameron, Kelsey Shulan and Edward Thiele. The Firm has earned the reputation of having one of the premier real estate practices in the country, having been recently recognized by Chambers and Partners as among the top tier of real estate practice groups.
About Barack Ferrazzano's Real Estate Group
With more than 35 attorneys, the Real Estate Group has been a cornerstone of the Firm since its founding. We have earned the reputation as one of the premier real estate practices in the country, and are consistently recognized by Chambers & Partners and U.S. News Best Law Firms as among the top tier of real estate practice groups. The combined experience of Barack Ferrazzano’s real estate attorneys encompasses virtually every aspect of real estate transactions, including the acquisition, development, leasing and sale of properties; the investment in, and financing of, real estate; and the restructuring of debt. Our attention to market realities and focus on business issues in formulating legal solutions results in value-added services for our clients. Barack Ferrazzano’s clients include publicly traded real estate investment trusts, private REITS and equity funds, entrepreneurs, money center banks and other institutional lenders, non-traditional lenders, pension fund advisors, private investment funds and other institutional investors, real estate developers, not-for-profit corporations and other domestic and foreign owners of real estate in the United States.