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Husch Blackwell Adds Real Estate Attorney

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3.20.12

Heidi Seal Joins St. Louis Office

Husch Blackwell welcomes Heidi M. Seal to the St. Louis, Mo., office as an Associate, where she will practice Real Estate & Development law.

Prior to joining Husch Blackwell, Seal was an Associate practicing real estate and finance law with the international law firm Locke Lord LLP in Dallas (2010-2012). She represented several financial services companies in multi-million dollar finance transactions, including a $395 million healthcare facility finance transaction secured by more than 90 properties, and an $80 million finance transaction secured by a large-scale luxury apartment community. Seal has also assisted several clients with property acquisitions and dispositions, including the representation of an investment company in several acquisitions of mixed-use waterfront property and the representation of one of the nation’s largest developers in student housing in the acquisition of an $80 million multi-family apartment complex. Upon graduating from law school in 2009, Seal worked at a St. Louis-based firm, where she represented several small companies in workouts and other distressed asset matters.

Seal received her J.D., cum laude, from Washington University School of Law (2009), where she was a staff member of Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Additionally, Seal received a Certificate in Global Arbitration Law and Practice at the University of London’s School of International Arbitration (2007). She received her A.B. in Political Science, summa cum laude, from the University of Missouri – Columbia (2005).

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. Husch Blackwell publishes substantive updates on commercial real estate through its Real Estate & Development Law Update.