Mindy is a partner in the Real Estate practice and co-leader of the Financial Institutions industry team at Arnall Golden Gregory. She has been recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers and Georgia Trend Magazine as a top-rated real estate attorney.
Mindy focuses her practice on real estate, finance and financial restructuring. She represents borrowers, lenders, investors and special and master servicers across the United States, Canada and Israel in connection with all aspects of construction, permanent, commercial mortgage back securities (CMBS) and mezzanine loans and other real estate secured and real estate related loans. In addition, Mindy represents clients in connection with the acquisition and sale of multifamily, office, single tenant, retail, hotel, senior living and mixed-use developments.
Mindy has extensive experience representing lenders, servicers and borrowers with respect to workouts. Having started her career as a “workout lawyer”, she has helped develop and implement workout strategies for national banks, regional lenders and CMBS special servicers.
Mindy’s involvement with transformative Atlanta projects includes helping to execute the finance strategy for The National Center for Civil and Human Rights (NCCHR), the King Memorial Transit Oriented Development, Charles R. Drew Charter School, and redevelopment within Atlanta’s Westside neighborhood. She has extensive experience working with public-private partnerships on economic development and urban renewal projects.
Serving as chair of AGG’s Diversity Committee, Mindy helps to foster diversity and inclusion initiatives throughout the firm. She is also an active community and industry leader currently serving in leadership roles with Commercial Real Estate Finance Counsel (CREFC) Women’s Network, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual Diversity (SOJOURN).
Mindy graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Georgia and with distinction and Order of the Coif with a J.D. from Emory University.