Kyle assists his clients in a wide range of real estate matters including acquisitions, sales and leasing transactions, real estate financing, retail and industrial development, and public incentives. 

Overview

Kyle drafts and negotiates transaction documents for purchase and sale, development, financing and leasing transactions, and conducts due diligence review for commercial and industrial acquisitions and developments, as well as for corporate mergers and acquisitions.

He has represented multiple NYSE publicly-traded companies (including real estate investment trusts) in the purchase, sale, and leasing of retail, educational, entertainment, industrial, and energy projects nationwide.

Kyle routinely manages attorney teams of all sizes, and has particular experience in coordinating large-scale due diligence for wind, solar, and other energy development projects.  

Kyle also assists his clients with matters related to tax and economic development incentives such as tax increment financing, industrial revenue bonds, state and local tax abatements, and the formation and administration of special taxing districts such as Community Improvement Districts (CIDs).

Kyle acts as local counsel to national and local lenders and borrowers in connection with mortgage loans in Missouri.

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Publications

"The Swanson Paradox: Do-Not-Track and the Intersection of Data Autonomy and the Free Market," Journal of Corporation Law 2, winter 2015

Professional & Civic Activities

Professional & Civic Activities

American Bar Association

The Missouri Bar

Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association

Kansas City Chamber of Commerce – KCMO Committee

Admissions

  • Missouri, 2016

Education

University of Iowa, J.D., with distinction, 2016

  • Journal of Corporation Law, Student Writer

University of Northern Iowa, B.A., 2010

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