Robert brings more than 30 years of transactional experience to help clients “see around corners” and identify and solve challenges early in a project’s lifecycle. This experience, along with his dedication to client service and communication, helps Robert achieve his goal of being a practical, value-add counselor to his clients.
Robert has chaired the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, the Board of Trustees of East Carolina University (a public university with more than 28,000 students) and committees of the local Chamber of Commerce, his church and the boards of active social service organizations. Robert’s demonstrated leadership abilities and experience often play a critical role in his successful representation of his clients.
Robert’s clients include national, regional and local real estate developers; real estate corporate service providers; public and private corporate end-users of facilities of all sizes and functions; and investors, lenders and borrowers. Robert’s experience spans a broad range of real estate and corporate transactions, including those involving his client’s most mission-critical facilities and largest employment centers. Robert has extensive experience in the development and leasing of tech and data center operation centers and financial services facilities. His client work often involves entity selections/formations and strategic business operational decisions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert G. Brinkley