Scott assists enterprise tenants in executing their national leasing programs, and middle market firms, startups, entrepreneurs and professionals in individual leases, subleases and license agreements, as well as related construction and service agreements.
Scott’s practice is particularly focused on leasing on behalf of technology companies (from start-ups to mature, publicly traded companies), including some of the world’s largest and fastest growing ventures.
Landlords come to Scott for assistance in developing and implementing Class-A office leasing programs and related asset management functions, such as drafting and negotiating consents, brokerage agreements, construction contracts and service agreements.
Scott represents real estate startups, entrepreneurs, investors and developers in other commercial real estate and related corporate matters, including acquisitions and sales, and construction and financing. He prepares and negotiates organizational documents for corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, and has experience representing lenders in connection with financings and purchases of co-lending interests.
Before joining Shartsis Friese in 2018, Scott practiced real estate law in New York City for over ten years.
Between the Term Sheets: Don’t Get Too Cozy Until the Deal is Done, Real Estate Weekly (New York), March 16, 2016
Rising Star, Real Estate Weekly - New York, 2018
Rising Star, Super Lawyers - New York, 2017, 2018
Rising Star, Georgetown Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute, 2015
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