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Sarah Landiak is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Finance practice group, where she focuses primarily on telecommunications transactions, and Winstead’s Public Finance practice group, where she focuses primarily on special districts and public law.

Representative Experience


  • Represents national telecommunications and wireless companies in all aspects of the deployment of their communication network, focusing on leasing and acquisition of outdoor, rooftop, and in-building communication facilities, including agreement negotiation and drafting, title and environmental due diligence, and subdivision and zoning compliance
  • Advises communications companies throughout their acquisition and expansion of easement property for dark fiber and utility installations, especially in urbanized and metropolitan areas
  • Serves national wireless communication companies through all phases of lease maintenance, including large lease amendment projects for deployment of new technology
  • Negotiates and drafts large-scale master lease agreements with municipalities, utility companies, and private entities at the regional, state, and multi-state level

Special District and Public Law

  • Advises special districts, including municipal utility districts, fresh water supply districts, special utility districts, municipal management districts, water control and improvement districts, and other improvement districts providing water, sewer, drainage, roadway and transportation infrastructure for master-planned developments, commercial developments and mixed-use developments
  • Counsels special districts regarding contractual and statutory requirements and provides support to special districts during their daily operations, including interactions with residents, developers, and municipalities; acquisition of and reimbursement for property and improvements; and creation and implementation of district policy
  • Provides counsel to developers in their interactions and agreements with special districts

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