January 23, 2020 – Buchalter is pleased to announce and welcome its newest Shareholder, Roxana K. Chamouillé to its Orange County office. Ms. Chamouillé handles sophisticated commercial real estate transactions on behalf of property owners, purchasers, and local, regional and nationwide institutional lenders. Her emphasis is on financing, acquisitions and dispositions.

“We are delighted to welcome Roxana to the Firm,” said Adam Bass, Buchalter President and Chief Executive Officer. “Her experience, expertise, and dedication to client service complements our existing capabilities and commitment to providing the highest quality legal services.”Ms. Chamouillé’s extensive real estate experience includes negotiating, reviewing and closing loan and purchase and sale documentation for the acquisition, disposition, refinancing, and development of a wide range of commercial real estate projects. She has also been a lead and supervising attorney for highly complex litigation matters involving construction defects, insurance coverage, and failed commercial real estate transactions. Ms. Chamouillé has represented developers, insurance carriers, and business owners in all stages of litigation, successfully negotiating favorable settlements for her clients.

“My practice fits extremely well within Buchalter’s full-service platform,” said Ms. Chamouillé. “I’m excited to join the Orange County office and the firm’s exceptional real estate and real estate finance teams with a proven ability to service high-profile clients.”

Ms. Chamouillé earned her J.D. at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law and her B.S. from the University of California Los Angeles.

“Roxana’s multi-faceted real estate practice aligns well with the Firm’s expansion strategy and we are so pleased to be working with her,” said Martin P. Florman, Orange County Office Managing Partner.

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