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Husch Blackwell Adds Lindsey Bragg, Expands Springfield, Mo., Real Estate Team

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5.31.13

Lindsey C. Bragg joins the Springfield, Mo., office of Husch Blackwell, as an Associate in the firm’s Real Estate & Development group. Bragg has focused her practice in real estate law since the inception of her legal career in 2007.

Prior to joining Husch Blackwell, Bragg worked at the Dallas-based firm of Hallett & Perrin P.C. (2012-2013), where she advised clients in a wide variety of commercial and residential real estate, lending and leasing transactions. Bragg began her practice with the national corporate firm of Winstead P.C. in Dallas (2007-2012). While there, she handled real estate and real estate litigation matters, representing clients in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions, development of improved and unimproved property, development of residential and mixed-use condominium projects, real estate-related financing, restrictive covenant agreements and other title, due diligence, environmental, land use and development matters. She also represented clients in connection with title defense, real property disputes, title insurance coverage and tax issues; landlords and tenants in leasing disputes; and lenders in connection with loan enforcement and collections.

Bragg received her J.D. from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in Dallas (2007), where she was on the Dean’s List and was Contents/Symposium Editor for the International Law Review Association. She received her B.A., cum laude, from Butler University in Indianapolis, Ind. (2004).

Husch Blackwell’s Real Estate & Development attorneys pursue an interdisciplinary approach to sophisticated real estate transactions, combining the firm’s wealth of experience and knowledge in areas such as finance, environmental law, construction and design, corporate entities, taxation, public finance, municipal law, and real estate dispute resolution to offer clients creative and flexible solutions to the variety of problems that arise in sophisticated real estate transactions.