Vanderbilt University Law School,
President, Vanderbilt Bar Association
Jordan A. Quick Memorial Award
American Bar Association
The Missouri Bar
Illinois State Bar Association
The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Thompson Coburn LLP
Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin LLP
Board President, 2011
Board of Directors, 2009-2011
Concordia Lutheran Church
Child Nurture Board
Child Nuture Team
Matt represents real estate developers, property owners, financial institutions, commercial landlords and tenants, and corporate clients on a wide range of real estate matters throughout the United States.
Matt has extensive experience representing real estate developers in connection with all aspects of commercial and industrial development projects, including the RFP process, negotiation and documentation of property acquisitions,navigation of development issues, procurement of capital from financial institutions and alternative equity sources and negotiation and documentation of build-to-suit leases with office and industrial end users.
Matt has also represented both financial institutions and borrowers in a variety of lending transactions, including real estate acquisition, tax credit, leasehold and construction financing transactions, as well as HUD-insured and conduit loan transactions.
In addition, Matt has represented both landlords and tenants in connection with the drafting and negotiation of office, retail, industrial, warehouse and medical facility leases, as well as financing leases. His practice also includes all aspects of commercial and industrial real estate acquisitions and sales, including forward and reverse 1031 tax deferred exchange transactions.
"Restructuring Commercial Real Estate Loans";
Thompson Coburn LLP E-alert, January 2011
Corporate Associate Best Practices Panel-- Organizer and Moderator, Thompson Coburn LLP;
St. Louis, Missouri, November 2015
Practical Tips for Buying and Selling Your Home; Thompson Coburn LLP,
St. Louis, Missouri, September 2014
Corporate Associate Best Practices Panel-- Organizer and Moderator, Thompson Coburn LLP,
St. Louis, Missouri, February 2013
Negotiating Long-Term Ground Leases for Build-To-Suit Buildings;
National Business Institute Seminar, Clayton, Missouri, April 2010
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