”I am grateful to be joining Tonkon Torp’s real estate group and for the opportunity to work with such talented professionals,” shared Grant. “I was drawn to the firm’s business-driven approach and commitment to superior client service. Tonkon Torp’s real estate lawyers are among the best in the industry who I have respected for many years, and I am excited to now be working alongside them.”
In his practice, Grant represents clients on commercial real estate transactions and development, purchases and sales, leasing, financing, and land use. He also serves as a general counsel to condominium and planned community homeowner associations. In addition, Grant advises clients on corporate matters including business acquisitions, entity formation, and negotiation of commercial contracts.
“Kyle’s client-centric approach and ability to distill complex legal issues into clear options and recommendations is an asset for our team and clients,” shared David Petersen, Chair of Tonkon Torp’s Real Estate & Land Use Practice Group. “We’re pleased he has joined us and we look forward to helping him develop his practice at Tonkon Torp.”
Grant graduated from Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, where he was a senior editor of the BYU Law Review. He also holds a degree in cello performance from Brigham Young University-Idaho. Outside of his law practice, Grant is a cellist with the Portland Columbia Symphony.
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