Joey Lubinski maintains a diverse transactional real estate practice with particular expertise in development and real estate finance. Over the course of his career, Joey has represented lenders, borrowers, buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants on commercial real estate projects big and small across Colorado. Having sat on both sides of the table in the negotiation of loans, property sales, and leases, he is able to bring a holistic perspective to negotiations that facilitates focusing on the issues that really matter while always keeping in mind the client’s overall business objectives. Moreover, his experience in all facets of a real estate project allow him to provide insights and guidance that help plan and account not only for the immediate matters in front of the parties, but also issues that are likely to arise later in the project.
A nationally recognized real estate lawyer, Joey is a frequent lecturer on real estate law topics for organizations such as the American Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association, and Strafford Publications. He has presented on issues relating to the creation of condominiums and planned communities, negotiation of completion and non-recourse carveout guaranties, receiverships in distressed real estate transactions, foreclosure, loan and lease workouts, among others. He is the author of the multi-volume Colorado Real Estate Forms treatise published by Lexis-Nexis and is the author of the forthcoming book Construction Financing: Foundations to Completion being published by the American Bar Association.
Joey is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers as well as the American College of Mortgage Attorneys. He is a former Chair of the Real Estate Section of the Colorado Bar Association and a current member of the executive council of the Real Property Trust and Estate Section of the American Bar Association.
Prior to joining MDH Law Group, Joey was a partner at two different national law firms.