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Seth Bradley is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Finance Practice Group and his practice is focused on commercial real estate finance and securitization. Seth represents financial institutions and investment banks in connection with the financing, acquisition, disposition, and leasing of commercial office buildings, retail centers, hotels, industrial warehouses, multifamily housing complexes, and other types of commercial properties nationwide.

While his practice primarily focuses on debt origination and financing arrangements which are structured for securitization in the CMBS market, Seth also has experience in commercial, residential, and mixed use real estate development, asset-based lending, commercial leasing, land title issues, foreclosure sales, and general contract drafting and negotiation.

During law school, Seth served as Judicial Extern for The Honorable Bernard Skomal, United States Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court, Southern District of California. Seth also has previous transactional experience working at NuVasive Incorporated, an innovative, San Diego-based medical devices company, and Life Technologies Corporation, a world leading, gene sequencing biotechnology company.

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