Alexis Sinclair

Alexis Sinclair: Attorney with Miller Starr Regalia A Professional Law Corporation


Alexis assumes multiple roles when advising public and private companies in connection with corporate and financial transactions. As a leader, negotiator and trusted partner, his experience spans the corporate lifecycle.


Alexis Sinclair is a transactional associate in Miller Starr Regalia’s San Francisco office. Alexis represents emerging growth, public and private companies (including Fortune 500 as well as middle market companies), investment funds, business development companies and financial institutions. Alexis has broad-based experience advising and negotiating mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, joint ventures and other affiliation relationships, syndicated loans, cross-border transactions, acquisition financing, restructuring transactions, investment management transactions, corporate governance (including the formation of entities) and general corporate transactions (including commercial contracts) and has extensive experience in managing legal teams and project timelines.

Prior to practicing law, Alexis worked in Latin America where he focused on business development for a warehouse equipment company as well as formed partnerships for the installation of warehouse systems and sourcing of products. Alexis was also a brand manager for a pet food manufacturer and was responsible for a line of specialized foods developed for sale by veterinarians. In this role, Alexis developed partnerships with national and regional distributors to veterinary clinics for the sale of the specialized foods and provided customer service to the clinics.


“The New San Francisco Gross Receipts Ordinance: Taxing Commercial Property Owners to Fund Early Child Care And Education,” Miller & Starr Real Estate Newsalert, Volume 29, No. 1, September 2018

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Miller & Starr Newsalerts
September 13, 2018
The New San Francisco Gross Receipts Ordinance: Taxing Commercial Property Owners to Fund Early Child Care And Education

On June 5, 2018, San Francisco voters passed Proposition C, which imposes a new gross receipts tax of 1 percent on revenues a business receives from leasing warehouse space in San Francisco and 3.5 percent on revenues a business receives from leasing certain qualifying commercial spaces in San Francisco. Proposition C becomes operative on January 1, 2019. The proceeds of these taxes will fund quality early care and education for young children and other public purposes.

In The News
May 31, 2016
Alexis Sinclair Joins Miller Starr Regalia as an Associate in the Firm’s Real Estate Transactional Department

Alexis has significant experience negotiating and drafting complex commercial transactions.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Acquisitions & Dispositions
  • General Corporate Transactions, Entity Formations & Joint Ventures
  • Real Estate Finance

Education & Credentials

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University Attended:
Georgetown University, B.A., Economics, Spanish, 1998
Law School Attended:
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2007
Year of First Admission:
2007, California; 2010, New York


•American Bar Association
•California Bar Association
•Bay Area Youth Sports Foundation - Grant Committee Member


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