Carri Preble is a special projects lawyer at the firm’s Raleigh office. She is a member of the Real Estate practice group focused on commercial real estate development and telecommunications. Prior to joining the firm, Carri served as special counsel at a regional law firm in the United States and as an associate attorney in a small regional firm in the Northeast where she focused on providing services to national and regional wireless service providers, national and regional tower developers, and private landlords.
Carri has more than 20 years of experience drafting and negotiating a high volume of commercial retail and office building leases, subleases, amendments, reciprocal easements and restrictions, and renewal and termination agreements for clients, including a national restaurant chain and a life science company. Carri also has seventeen years of experience in the wireless industry and has provided experienced legal counsel throughout all phases of tower and cell site development, including the negotiation and drafting of numerous types of real estate documents, including purchase and sales agreements, assignments, leases, bills of sale and utility and access easements. Carri is also experienced with all levels of due diligence, from examining title and survey issues and resolving title defects and encumbrances, to environmental assessment review and analysis. She has resolved Landlord and tenant disputes and construction and access issues, and has assisted landlords and tower owners manage asset portfolios and administer, enforce and amend existing infrastructure agreements. Carri also has experience in Mergers and Acquisitions transactions in the telecommunications industry including working with regional and national developers in the sales of tower portfolios
Member of the Women’s Wireless Leadership Forum, the New England Wireless Association and the Carolinas Wireless Association.
- Case Comment, BMW of North America, Inc. v. Gore, 2 No. 2 N.Y. LITIGATOR 69 (1996)