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Stacey A. Denham Gibson

Bryan & Company LLP
Work Phone: (780) 420 4704 Work Fax: (780) 428 6324

Biography

AREAS

Real Property Law
Banking & Finance Law
Business Law

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND & EDUCATION

B.A.     1995 – Augustana University
LL.B.    1998 – University of Alberta
Alberta Bar Admission – 1999

REPRESENTATIVE WORK

Stacey advises on all aspects of commercial real estate law for her clients, and has represented developers, lenders, owners and tenants with the following:

  • Development of commercial and residential land parcels including office buildings, shopping centres, industrial properties, and both residential subdivisions and multi-family condominium properties
  • Bank and private lender financing including the negotiation and execution of loan arrangements for both lenders and borrowers concerning real estate lending transactions
  • Commercial leasing for landlords and tenants concerning lease transactions involving office, industrial, retail and ground leases
  • Negotiation and execution of agreements for joint ventures and partnerships involved in real estate developments  including the operation and governance of such entities
  • Advising clients in relation to various aspects of their business plans including the acquisitions and dispositions of commercial and residential real estate, such as office buildings, shopping centres, industrial properties, and development lands, the structuring and financing of transactions, and negotiating, preparing and finalizing agreements with municipalities and others relating to various residential and commercial developments
  • Purchase, sale and leasing of commercial property
  • Residential real estate

PROFILE

Stacey practices general corporate/commercial law, having particular experience and achievement in the commercial real estate area. She has spent the majority of her legal career advising clients with respect to the acquisition, sale, finance, development, and leasing of all classes of commercial real estate.

Stacey has a history of community involvement, having held director and officer positions with Kids Up Front Foundation (Edmonton) and Kids Up Front Foundation (Canada), and was a founding member of the Edmonton CREW Association (Commercial Real Estate Women). She also previously represented the Augustana Faculty on the University of Alberta Alumni Association, and volunteered her time on the Grant MacEwan College “Tournament of Aces” organizing committee.

WARNING
Before we can provide legal services or advice, we must ensure that we are not in a conflict of interest. Before sending us any sensitive or confidential information please send the names of the other parties involved so that we can determine if we have a conflicting interest. We will then advise whether we are in position to receive your information. Unsolicited information sent in advance of the conflict search being conducted may not be confidential.