|Contact Info||Telephone: 215 979 1831|
Fax: 215 689 4963
|University ||Dickinson College, B.A., magna cum laude, 1998|
|Law School||George Washington University Law School, J.D., with honors, 2001 Member, The George Washington Law Review|
|Admitted||2001, Pennsylvania; U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania|
•American Bar Association
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
|Born||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February 15, 1976|
Jennifer A. Wieclaw concentrates her practice in the area of real estate law. Ms. Wieclaw has a broad transactional practice counseling clients with respect to commercial acquisitions and dispositions, financings and workouts, leasing and joint ventures. Ms. Wieclaw has represented clients with respect to a variety of asset classes, including office, industrial and multi-family residential.
Ms. Wieclaw serves as a representative to the Duane Morris Recruitment and Retention Committee.
Ms. Wieclaw is a 2001 graduate, with honors, of the George Washington University Law School, where she was a member of the George Washington Law Review, and a magna cum laude graduate of Dickinson College.
•Duane Morris LLP
- Special Counsel, 2011-present
- Associate, 2005-2011
•Spector Gadon & Rosen, P.C.
- Associate, 2004-2005
•Reed Smith LLP
- Associate, 2001-2002
Honors & Awards
•Pennsylvania Rising Star, 2012-2015
Civic and Charitable Activities
•Northern Children's Services
- Board of Trustees
•Co-Author, Title Policies, Common Ground, Issues 2 and 3, 2005
•Author, Waiver by Another Name: The Law of the Case, 69 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 538, 2001 (Also at Pittsburgh Office)
|Reported Cases||Representative Matters: Represented Shelbourne Capital LLC in its new joint venture with Red Lion Hotels Corporation, a Spokane, Washington-based public company, involving the acquisition, equity and debt financing, and a capital improvement program for twelve hotels located in Washington, California, Oregon, Idaho, and Utah.; Closed on the purchase of a twenty-three-property portfolio in Lakewood, Colorado for a purchase price of $104 million. The properties consisted of twenty-one office buildings and two development parcels. In conjunction with the purchase, we closed a $79.5 million purchase money mortgage loan to our client from AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company.; Represented the borrower, a publicly-traded wholesale motor fuel distributor, in connection with a syndicated credit facility of up to $324 million.; Represented an American petroleum and petrochemical manufacturer in documenting the transfer of an industrial complex to subsidiaries for $60 million.; Represented the operator of nursing homes in connection with the lease of a portfolio of 18 nursing homes in Pennsylvania.; Represented the borrower in a $24 million loan secured by a portfolio of approximately 1, 300 single-family homes.; Represented a nonprofit organization in the simultaneous divestiture of six of its seven skilled-nursing facilities, plus a HUD housing facility and a senior-housing facility, to two separate for-profit purchasers for an aggregate purchase price of $83 million.; Represented the borrower in a $125 million syndicated loan facility secured by 187 service stations in four states.; Represented the borrower in a $37.5 million syndicated credit facility for the acquisition of 34 service stations.; Represented the borrower in a syndicated credit facility in excess of $50 million for the acquisition of 85 service stations in two states, along with subordinate purchase money financing in excess of $12 million.; Represented an affiliate of New Jersey-based Four Springs Capital Trust, a newly formed real estate investment trust, in its purchase of a 14, 560-square foot Walgreens in Greenville, North Carolina for $5.625 million. The single-tenant, net-leased transaction included an assumption of the existing commercial mortgage-backed security (CMBS) loan.; Represented tenants in lease negotiations for general office, medical office, laboratory and warehouse and distribution space ranging from approximately 3, 000 square feet to 181, 000 square feet.; Represented one of the secured lenders in the General Growth Properties bankruptcy in the modification of loans totaling in excess of $365 million secured by six shopping centers.; Represented the lender in connection with the restructuring of loans in excess of $82 million to a residential real estate developer secured by nine residential developments.; Represented the purchaser of a biofuels plant through a Section 363 sale.; Represented a residential real estate developer in connection with construction loans ranging from $2.2 million to $94.8 million.; Represented a hotel owner/operator in connection with construction loans in excess of $22 million.|
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