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Maslon Welcomes Real Estate Attorney Matt Loven to the Firm's Partnership

February 11, 2021

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of real estate attorney Matt Loven to the law firm's partnership. With more than 10 years of dedicated service to clients, his experience further strengthens Maslon's capabilities in a key area of practice.

Matt represents a broad range of clients in real estate transactions, property development, and commercial leasing. He has particular skill working with local and state governments securing permits, entitlements, and plat approvals as a result of his former role serving as a municipal attorney. To help ensure his most comprehensive counsel, Matt leverages extensive experience advising on property acquisition financing and development; commercial and industrial leasing; Section 1031 exchanges; purchase and sale agreements; title review and due diligence; and public zoning, private covenants, and other use restrictions. Clients appreciate his superior service and ability to meet deadlines.


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