Wendy Pullano concentrates her practice on real estate transactions. She represents clients in connection with the acquisition, disposition, financing, and leasing of a variety of commercial real estate assets, including office, mixed-use, industrial flex, retail, and multifamily. Ms. Pullano’s practice includes commercial real estate purchase and sale agreements, commercial leasing, development agreements, financing transactions, complex foreclosures, commercial landlord repossession and collection actions (including commercial loan defaults), and the representation of creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcies. She also has extensive experience in title matters, survey review, due diligence, closings, and loan opinion letters. Her practice also features the representation of individual clients in residential real estate purchase and sale transactions, the transfer of real estate for estate planning purposes, boundary disputes, and easement matters.
Ms. Pullano earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University in 1982 and received her law degree from the Catholic University of America in 1986. Prior to joining the firm in 2006, Ms. Pullano was engaged in the representation of institutional mortgage lenders in residential foreclosures and REO dispositions as well as residential real estate settlements and title matters.