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Michelle B. Scullin

Michelle Brennan Scullin represents large and small corporations, entrepreneurs, and family-owned businesses in commercial real estate and financing transactions. She advocates for her clients in matters involving complex commercial real estate acquisitions and sales, real estate financing, commercial leasing, construction contracts and general corporate transactions.

Michelle frequently advises clients in the hospitality industry. She manages the purchase/sale, acquisition, development and management of full-service and limited-service hotels throughout the United States, as well as small and large shopping centers, from start to finish. Michelle has also served as counsel for a large, national retail tenant in the automotive repair industry, for which she negotiated leases for retail locations across the United States.

Michelle has successfully negotiated franchise and management agreements on behalf of her franchisee clients. She works closely on their behalf with major national franchisors, including a global doughnut company and coffeehouse, on transitioning franchisees and resolving disputes. In addition, Michelle assists for landlords and tenants in retail, office, commercial and industrial leasing transactions.

Prior to joining the firm, Michelle was a member of the real estate department at a large, full-service law firm based in Philadelphia. In addition, she previously served as a law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force and was a legislative intern for Rep. Geraldine Creedon in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

Michelle has presented on commercial leasing topics to small business owners and to participants of various programs at the Women’s Business Development Center in Philadelphia. She also is active in the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program, having represented various clients in the program on a pro bono basis.

Michelle was a co-author of 2005, 2006 and 2007 annual supplements to the Pennsylvania treatise on condemnation law, Snitzer on Eminent Domain. She also co-authored, “The Appraiser’s Role in Predatory Lending,” published in The Appraiser.

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