SAN FRANCISCO—Sedgwick LLP has addedPaula S. Crow as a partner to the real estate andfinance practice in its San Francisco office. Joining fromLubin Olson & Niewiadomski LLP, Crow focuseson commercial real estate transactions andrepresents major publicly held companies in leasing and purchaseand sales matters, including the tenant on the second largestcommercial lease in San Francisco last year.


Crow's work for Silicon Valley clients extends throughout the USand Canada and to major international business centers. “Paula'sextensive experience makes her ideally suited to handle a varietyof real estate and finance projects,” notes Curtis Parvin, chair ofthe firm's commercial division. “Her understanding of transactionalreal estate law and California's complex regulatory environmentpositions her as a key resource for our clients, building upon thefirm's already vast knowledge base.”


With more than 30 years of legal experience, Crow advisesclients on a broad range of issues, including financing, workouts,foreclosure, bankruptcy, multi-family rental housing, commercialcondominiums, class A corporate headquarters office space and liveentertainment venue leasing. In addition, Crow has representedOversight Boards in connection with the termination and windingdown of redevelopment agencies in California since the 2011 passageof ABX1 26 legislation.


Active in the business community, Crow is a member of CommercialReal Estate Women San Francisco.


Crow was unable to provide to by deadline with herthoughts on the market or further information, but we will updatethis article as we learn more.

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