|B.A., 1994, University of Colorado, Summa Cum Laude|
|M.A., 1997, University of Illinois|
|J.D., 2000, University of Colorado School of Law|
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
American Bar Association
Colorado Women's Bar Association
Amy counsels local and national clients in all types of commercial real estate transactions, including commercial lending finance transactions, acquisitions and dispositions, development of multi-use projects and lease transactions. She also has experience in the development and formation of condominiums/planned communities and associations, zoning and land use issues and entity formation.
Amy routinely represents lenders in complex finance and disposition transactions, as well as due diligence review secured by industrial properties, apartment complexes, retail centers, hotels, and developed and undeveloped land. Additionally Amy represents developers in multi-use development transactions.
In addition to her years of real estate experience, Amy also works with individuals in business formation and represents a variety of small and medium sized companies in business transactions and the drafting of contracts, agreements and documents.
Prior to joining Brownstein, Amy founded Brimah & Eisenhuth LLC.
Publications & Presentations
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|"Lease Default: Tenants Must Consider Damages Beyond Rent," Colorado Real Estate Journal, December 7, 2011|
|"How to Avoid Pitfalls under the Interstate Land Sales Act," CLE Presentation at Women In Real Estate, January, 2010|
|"Effects of a Transfer on a Guarantee," Lease Negotiations Handbook. Ed. Edward Chupack, 2003|
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