Justin also represents corporate and individual clients in all types of complex real estate transactions, including (i) the representation of both buyers and sellers of major office buildings, retail developments and other types of commercial real estate; (ii) the representation of both landlords and tenants in leasing all types of real estate; and (iii) the representation of borrowers in connection with a multitude of real estate-based finance transactions.
Justin’s practice also has a corporate and commercial business focus, wherein he counsels both large and small companies on a wide variety of corporate and general business matters, including formation, mergers, stock and asset acquisitions and divestitures, partnerships and joint ventures, debt and equity financings, lease transactions, licensing agreements, and management and consulting arrangements.
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Honors & Recognitions
Top 40 Under 40 Corporate Lawyers in Oklahoma (American Society of Legal Advocates)
Author of “Native Hawaiians: The Issue of Federal Recognition”, American Indian Law Review, 30 Am. Indian L. Rev. 184 (2005)
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Admitted in 2006, Oklahoma
2006, U.S. District Court, W.D. of Oklahoma
Class of 2006
Southern Nazarene University
Class of 2002
summa cum laude
Born in 1980
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 18, 1980
Community & Professional
Oklahoma County Bar Association
Oklahoma Bar Association
American Bar Association
Downtown Club of Oklahoma City
Commercial Real Estate Council of Oklahoma City
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