Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Real Estate

Real estate encompasses the core of Capstone’s practice. Capstone draws upon Stu Goodman’s extensive experience in handling real estate transactions of all sizes and complexities to provide sophisticated and creative solutions to a wide range of real estate related transactions.

Capstone represents developers, lenders, investors, landlord, tenants and sellers in all aspects of a real estate transaction including structuring and negotiating the transaction, preparing the requisite documentation and shepherding the matter to closing and beyond.

Capstone’s real estate law practice includes the following areas:

  • Real estate acquisitions and dispositions
  • Commercial leasing (including leasing of industrial, office and retail properties)
  • Distressed real estate properties and loans
  • Commercial financing
  • Condominium and planned community creation and support
  • Multi-family
  • Real estate development and complex transactions
  • Title insurance and survey matters
  • Restructuring and workouts
  • Like-kind exchanges
  • Due diligence on real estate matters
  • Real estate backed loan portfolio acquisitions and dispositions
  • Construction
  • Property management
  • Mergers, joint ventures and similar arrangements of real estate companies
  • Easements and land-use agreements
  • Ground leases

Banking and Financial Services

Capstone represents a wide-range of borrowers, lenders and holders of loans and secured instruments in matters relating to financing transactions including the following:

  • Commercial loans
  • Letter of credit facilities
  • Sales and acquisitions of loan pools
  • Workouts and restructurings
  • Equipment and leveraged lease arrangements
  • Small Business Administration loans
  • Intercreditor arrangements

Corporate and Business

Capstone advises emerging and middle-market companies on a wide range of corporate transactions and business issues during the entirety of the company’s life cycle including the following:

  • Entity formation and capitalization
  • Corporate governance
  • Financing arrangements
  • Contract review and negotiation
  • Asset purchases and sales
  • Normal course of business transactions including licensing agreements, confidentiality agreements, service contracts.
  • Letter of credit facilities

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