Jim Lloyd Rejoins Winstead's Real Estate Development & Investments Practice

05.01.18

HOUSTON, May 1, 2018 — Veteran commercial real estate attorney Jim Lloyd has rejoined Winstead’s Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group as a Shareholder in the Houston office. Lloyd’s practice focuses on real estate transactions for land, office, retail, multifamily, industrial and mixed-use developments and properties. He represents lenders and borrowers in all aspects of real estate finance, including acquisition, construction, subscription, mezzanine and permanent loans.

Lloyd advises domestic and international clients on sophisticated commercial real estate transactions and financings. He counsels landlords and tenants on leases, workouts, evictions and remedies, as well as distressed assets such as debt and equity workouts, foreclosures, receiverships and real estate owned (REO) property sales.

Lloyd received his J.D., magna cum laude, from The University of Houston Law Center in 2006. Jim most recently practiced with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.

Winstead PC is a national business law firm with more than 325 attorneys. The firm provides a full range of business legal services to some of the most recognized and respected companies across the country and throughout the world. Winstead has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and The Woodlands, Texas and Charlotte, North Carolina. 

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Michael A. Webb
214.745.5308
mwebb@winstead.com

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