Tom Dolphin

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Tom focuses his practice on real estate acquisitions and dispositions, real estate development, commercial leasing, and commercial property management. He works with property owners, purchasers, sellers, managers, developers, landlords, tenants, and municipalities to draft and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, leases, easements, variances, development agreements and CCRs. In addition, Tom has experience with title survey review and land use and development.

In addition to his real estate practice, Tom has significant experience in commercial loan transactions, loan defaults, and loan workouts. 

Prior to joining Moye White, Tom served as general legal counsel and senior vice president to a financial institution for twelve years where he had extensive experience with taking commercial loans through the process from approval to closing, working with borrowers, borrowers’ legal counsels, title companies, environmental professionals, appraisers and other related third parties to close the loan on-time, while protecting the bank’s interests. 

Outside of work, Tom enjoys staying active outside and playing music.

Publications and Articles

“Court Rules on How Specific an Easement Needs to Be”
Colorado Real Estate Journal, July 2020

“I’m Baaaack - but I’m Here to Help: Lessons Learned from the Great Recession of 2008 - Proactive Strategies for Financial Institutions to Prepare for the COVID-19 Recession.”
Colorado Banker, June 2020