T. Carlton Younger, III RALEIGH, N.C. (Nov. 19, 2019) – Attorney T. Carlton Younger, III (“Carl”) has joined the commercial real estate law firm, Longleaf Law Partners. Younger will advise real estate owners, developers and businesses on a variety of commercial real estate matters. “With extensive experience in legal negotiations as well as complex business litigation, Carl is an excellent addition to our team at Longleaf Law,” said Jamie McCaskill, managing partner at the firm.
We reorganized our law firm about 18 months ago with a focus on commercial real estate. Our managing partner, Jamie McCaskill, recently sat down with Attorney at Law Magazine to talk about how it’s going and our plans for future growth. Following is an excerpt and link to the full article: Longleaf’s Got Talent Written by BOB FRIEDMAN Photography by HEADSHOTS AND CORPORATE Raleigh-based commercial real estate law firm Longleaf Law Partners is representing the developers of two
L. Penn Clarke RALEIGH, N.C. (August 5, 2019) – Penn Clarke has been named partner at the commercial real estate law firm, Longleaf Law Partners, which he joined in 2018 after practicing at a large international law firm. Clarke routinely advises clients in transactions involving the acquisition, financing, development and sale of multi-family (traditional and student housing), retail, office, warehouse and mixed-use matters. A substantial portion of his practice focuses on representing landlords and tenants
Even when the commercial real estate market is hot, wise investors keep an eye on local and global market shifts, vacancy rates in their communities, and other dynamics that impact the value and marketability of their existing properties. For example, retail space is particularly susceptible to obsolesce, as evidenced by the traditional enclosed shopping malls of the past. Across the country, malls are sitting vacant as consumers show preference for open-air and mixed-use retail spaces,
Big congratulations to our colleagues at Longleaf Law Partners for being recognized by Business North Carolina among the state’s Legal Elite. These top attorneys are chosen by their peers, with this award serving as a model for other awards and lists. The North Carolina Legal Elite is the only award that gives every active lawyer in the state the opportunity to participate. Ben Worley was awarded in the Litigation category, and Jamie McCaskill, David Miller and