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Mike McWilliams has provided counsel to a wide range of real estate clients since 1973.  His broad experience in the real estate arena, including development, financing, equity investment and work-outs, serves as a reservoir of knowledge that he can bring to assist clients in achieving practical solutions to help achieve their objectives.

Mike's financial background, coupled with his training and experience, result in a combination that provides a valuable resource to clients in the formulation and execution of their plans.

Representative Experience

  • Representation of developers in virtually all types of development, including apartments, retail, office and mixed-use developments, with extensive experience in high density urban projects
  • Representation of both developers and investors in conjunction with equity infusions, structuring equity vehicles and negotiation of documentation for equity vehicles
  • Representation of both lenders and borrowers in work-outs of distressed projects
  • Representation of both lenders and borrowers in conjunction with construction financing, mezzanine financing and permanent financing
  • Representation of property owners in dealing with a wide range of telecommunications, video and broadband issues
  • Preparation and analysis of condominium documentation for residential, commercial and mixed-use condominiums
  • Preparation and analysis of restrictive covenants for residential and commercial developments

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