(Denver, Colo., August 5, 2016) - Moye White LLP announced that Partners Amy H. Ruhl and Jennifer L. Stenman have been appointed Co-chairs of the Denver law firm’s Real Estate Section.
Moye White represents clients in all facets of real estate acquisition, financing, investment, leasing, development, and disposition. Clients include a broad cross-section of owners, developers, landlords, tenants, contractors, insurers, lenders, and investors, whom the firm assists across the full spectrum of real estate activities.
In her practice, Amy Ruhl focuses on commercial real estate transactions, including development, leasing, real estate financing, and acquisitions and dispositions of real estate. Amy has represented both landlords and tenants with respect to office, industrial and shopping center leasing, developers in all aspects of real estate acquisition, development and disposition, and lenders and borrowers in various real estate finance transactions.
Jennifer Stenman’s practice concentrates on complex commercial real estate acquisition and disposition transactions, commercial leasing transactions, lease enforcement, easements, licensing, commercial financing transactions for borrowers, title insurance and title related matters. Her clients include property owners, developers, property management companies, brokers, and receivers.
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