Managing Partner

Douglas J. Shumway is a licensed attorney in the states of Utah and Texas and has a wide-ranging transactional practice, with significant experience in corporate law, securities law, commercial and land financing transactions, construction loans, commercial and residential development and complex purchase and sales of assets. Additionally, Mr. Shumway represents both landlords and tenants in commercial, industrial and retail leases, lessors and lessees in ground lease transactions, and investors and developers in the structuring of limited liability companies and corporations and securities related issues associated therewith. Mr. Shumway has been heavily involved in the real estate industry since 2003, and since 2008 (arguably the heart of the most recent recession) he has been lead transactional counsel on a significant number of real estate related transactions. Douglas also acts as general legal counsel for a number of local, regional and national businesses and participates extensively in the many and varied transactions that his clients pursue. Mr. Shumway is known for his cost-conscious approach to all legal matters, which sensitivity towards cost was developed during his many years as a business owner who often required the services of legal counsel throughout the United States. Due to his extensive and diverse experience in matters relating to contract preparation and the laws associated therewith, Mr. Shumway also acts as a litigation strategist for our law firm in relation to most of our commercial litigation matters. Mr. Shumway is an avid member of the community and enjoys spending time with his family, particularly his wife Lindsey and their daughter, Everly Mae Shumway.

Bar Admissions

  • 2013 State Bar of Texas
  • 2008 State Bar of Utah

Education

University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
JD - Juris Doctor - 2006

Career Highlights

  • Peer Review Rated - Martindale-Hubbell - 2017
  • Rising Star - SuperLawyers - 2014

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