Lindsay G Shinn
Partner


lshinn@mullenlaw.com

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Lindsay G Shinn

Lindsay offers real estate and business transaction counsel - with a litigator's insight - to established, and aspiring, real estate investors and business owners.  With more than a decade of experience, Lindsay strives to work collaboratively with clients and their other trusted advisors to satisfy immediate objectives while also positioning clients to meet future goals.


Lindsay's real estate practice is focused on assisting clients with real estate acquisition, disposition, leasing, and easement transactions, including associated matters such as reviewing and clearing title, analyzing and seeking revisions to property tax assessments, and working closely with planners, engineers, surveyors, contractors and other consultants on development, permitting, planning, zoning and environmental matters.


Lindsay's business practice primarily involves counseling clients on the formation of new businesses, drafting contracts critical to business operations, the separation of former business partners, and asset purchase and sale transactions.


Lindsay's cross-disciplinary experience (her prior practice largely involved prosecuting and defending complex business and real estate litigation matters) allows her to evaluate a situation from multiple perspectives to help her clients avoid potential pitfalls and come up with creative solutions.

Lindsay has represented individuals as well as small and large business owners/entities in a variety of real estate and business matters ranging from personal holdings to multi-partner holdings, in residential, commercial and agricultural areas.

Recent transactions in which Ms. Shinn has participated include the following:

  • Representation of business partner in the reorganization of jointly-held asset portfolio, which included numerous real property and entity holdings throughout the United States;

  • Negotiation of division of extensive land holdings among multi-generational family members;

  • Representation of individual business owners in formation of new businesses; and

  • Reviewing and advising client on complex title matters involving third party rights under dozens of easements prior to entering into lease and option to purchase for agricultural real property.