Mayer Brown’s real-estate lawyers are located in key business centers in the Americas, Europe and Asia. We offer sophisticated, multidisciplinary advice on the most complex real-estate issues our clients face.
Mayer Brown’s real-estate practice is varied and international in its capabilities. With more than 190 real-estate lawyers, the practice delivers comprehensive interdisciplinary real-estate assistance through a seamless, team-oriented approach, which also draws upon Mayer Brown’s depth in all related areas of the law. This cross-practice, cross-border approach to solving the needs of our clients enables us to support significant local, national and international transactions by providing global solutions and local depth.
We are experienced in every stage of the real-estate cycle, including acquisition, disposition, construction, leasing, financing, zoning and environmental matters. Our clients include real-estate investment trusts, institutional investors, pension funds and pension fund advisers, private equity, opportunity funds, commercial banks, governments, statutory bodies, investment banks, industrial banks, insurance companies, real-estate holding companies, developers and corporations of every kind. Because we see deals from all sides and know how they work from the inside, we can add value to the transaction for our clients. Understanding the business of our clients enables us to provide services tailored to their needs.
Our real-estate practice’s close co-operation with the firm’s litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency, private equity, environmental, project finance, public sector, construction, tax and other practices enables us to deliver comprehensive services for virtually every kind of real estate need a client might have.
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