I’ve been on every side of the table on corporate matters, from formation and contracts to deals and litigation. Whether it’s an equity transaction, refi, acquisition, or financing, I’m there to ensure clients feel well-advised and supported in making cost-efficient decisions. There are many moving parts when it comes to getting a transaction closed and the parties have their own timelines to meet. I strive to get the client across the finish line on their terms.
Aukse Joiner is a commercial real estate and corporate attorney who has overseen large-scale commercial real estate transactions. She also advises clients on general commercial and regulatory matters. Aukse’s clients include landlords, tenants, buyers, and sellers in the retail, financial, restaurant, and office sectors, among others.
Previously, Aukse has worked as a litigator, qualified intermediary, and national commercial underwriting counsel for a large, regional title agent.
Licensed as an attorney and title insurance producer in several states, Aukse coordinates with corporate entities and national law firms, including many of the AmLaw 100. She is highly responsive and committed to meeting their high-level needs. At the party level, Aukse typically deals with her client’s general counsel, director of real estate, or CEO. Her background includes deep knowledge of local jurisdictions’ laws on any subject that may arise in the course of a transaction. Whether finalizing due diligence, navigating corporate governance issues, or assessing risk, Aukse works hand-in-hand with her clients to develop creative solutions that get the desired result.
Clients appreciate Aukse’s attention to the details within corporate, financial, and transaction documents that can make or break a deal. She understands that in a closing, size comes into play. Clients have trusted her with closing 50-site (or larger) transactions and managing a $500 million, multi-stage real estate portfolio.
Her litigation background gives Aukse valuable perspective on how transactions can unravel on the backend and how the courts may respond to specifics within a contract or deal sheet. This background affords her insight into a likely decision on a potential dispute, which gives her a leg up on other lawyers.