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Kenneth J. Conlan

Ken Conlan is an associate in the firm's Real Estate practice. He advises domestic and international property owners, investors, lenders, borrowers, and developers in the acquisition, disposition, financing, development and redevelopment of commercial, industrial, and agricultural properties. He has experience performing due diligence review, drafting and revising purchase and sale, lease, sublease, loan, deed in lieu of foreclosure and other transaction documents, advising on deal details large and small such as land use and zoning, the Subdivision Map Act and documentary transfer taxes, and managing closings. Ken works with clients involved in real estate of all kinds, including office, retail, manufacturing, and multifamily.

Ken regularly advises clients in the agribusiness space, representing farmers, ranchers, owners, and investors, including private equity and investment management clients, in transactions involving the purchase, sale, and leasing of farmland. Ken also counsels stakeholders regarding agribusiness operations, such as water transactions, easements, and licenses.

Prior to joining the firm, Ken was an associate at a Sacramento law firm where he focused his practice on real estate and corporate transactions. Prior to that, Ken served for two years as a law clerk to a District Judge at the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii, and for one year as a law clerk to a Bankruptcy Judge at the United Stated Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California. While in law school, Ken completed an externship with the California State Assembly, Committee on Revenue and Taxation. 

  • California State Bar Association
  • San Francisco Bar Association
  • Urban Land Institute, San Francisco, Young Leaders Group
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