Mr. Weiner practices in the areas of real estate and business law. His real estate practice includes the acquisition, financing, development, leasing and disposition of real property (including shopping centers, single-tenant commercial properties, office buildings and residential subdivisions). His business law practice includes creation of business entities, acquisition and sale of businesses, and secured transactions.
Mr. Weiner works with real estate developers, real estate investors, homebuilders and other individuals and business entities regarding sale and purchase transactions, development agreements, deed restrictions and formation of homeowners associations. He works with both landlords and tenants regarding leasing of commercial strip centers, restaurant properties, other single-tenant commercial properties and office building space, including leasing issues relating to franchises and leasehold financing. Mr. Weiner also deals heavily with lenders and borrowers regarding commercial loans, primarily those secured by real property. In addition, he advises individuals and companies on the formation and filing of various business entities and with asset sale and purchase transactions.
• Legislative Update: What Minerals Coverage is Left Under Texas Title Insurance Policies?
•The New Texas Assignment of Rents Act and its Impact on Future Real Estate Loan Transactions
• The New Age of Minerals Coverage in Texas Title Insurance Policies
•Fair Compromise?: Allocation of Re-letting Costs in Commercial Leases, The 101 Practice Series: Breaking Down the Basics, American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, 2009