It is no secret that this pandemic has taken a toll on the retail real estate industry as a whole, including how many of us are faced with new and uncertain challenges. This year’s speakers offered guidance in how to overcome the many obstacles we are facing
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Joseph T. Egglestone
As an associate in the firm’s Real Estate Group in Washington, D.C., Joseph Eggleston advises clients on the acquisition, development, financing, leasing and structuring of commercial real estate properties. In his role, Joseph drafts and negotiates joint venture agreements; purchase and sale agreements; office, industrial, airport and retail leases; legal opinions; entity organizational documents; and all other relevant materials for commercial real estate and finance transactions.
Before joining Goulston & Storrs, Joseph was a Real Estate Associate at a top Am Law 100 law firm. While in law school, Joseph completed legal internships for the Office of General Counsel, Department of Education and the United States Attorney’s Office.
Joseph received his J.D. from The George Washington University School of Law, his M.Ed. from University of Missouri-St. Louis while teaching high school through Teach For America, and his B.A from St. Louis University, summa cum laude.
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