Austin, Texas 20852
Jay Hailey practices in all areas of commercial real estate law, including zoning and other land use matters.
Jay represents clients in complex transactions, including the structuring of partnerships, limited liability companies, ground leases, tenancies-in-common, condominium regimes and other forms of ownership for mixed use projects and master planned communities; the purchase, sale, financing, zoning, development and construction of office, industrial, retail and residential projects; the creation of public-private partnerships; and the negotiation of financial incentives and development agreements with governmental entities.
|Areas of Practice||1) Real Estate, 2) Projects and 3) Energy and Infrastructure|
|Law School||J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 1968|
|Education||B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1965|
|Bar Member / Association||Texas State Bar Associations|
|Most recent firm||DLA Piper|
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