Polsinelli PC, a leading law firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Anitra D. Androh and Tim J. Donovan as shareholders in the real estate practice group in Washington, D.C. This expansion further strengthens the firm’s ability to provide exceptional legal counsel and representation to clients in the dynamic field of commercial real estate.
With an impressive track record, Anitra D. Androh brings extensive experience in handling a wide range of commercial real estate transactions. Her practice primarily focuses on assisting clients with acquisitions, dispositions, financings, development, and leasing of office buildings. With a keen understanding of the complexities involved in real estate deals, Androh is well-equipped to guide clients through every stage of the transaction process.
Joining Androh in the real estate practice group is Tim J. Donovan, a highly skilled attorney specializing in real estate projects and related agreements. Donovan’s expertise lies in advising clients on structuring real estate projects, leases, and construction agreements, among other property-related matters. With his comprehensive knowledge, Donovan is committed to delivering pragmatic and effective legal solutions to clients, ensuring their interests are protected.
Polsinelli PC, renowned for its expertise in real estate law, welcomes Androh and Donovan as valuable assets to its robust team of legal professionals. The firm’s commitment to providing innovative and strategic counsel is further strengthened by their arrival. Clients can expect exceptional legal services coupled with deep industry understanding, empowering them to navigate the challenging landscape of commercial real estate successfully.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What areas does Androh’s practice focus on?
Androh primarily specializes in commercial real estate transactions involving acquisitions, dispositions, financings, development, and the leasing of office buildings.
2. What areas does Donovan provide advice on?
Donovan advises clients on structuring real estate projects, leases, construction agreements, and other property-related agreements.
Source: This story was produced by Bloomberg Law Automation.