Daniel H. Sherman, IV, Attorney at Law - Epstein, Becker Green, P.C.
Sustainability:Mandates, Incentives & Workable Solutions
DANIEL H. SHERMAN IV is a member of the Firm based in the Atlanta office.
maintains a multi-faceted real estate development practice focusing on highly-amenitized, mixed-use projects throughout the United States and the Caribbean.
additionally concentrates on environmental compliance and transactional matters, including those associated with the redevelopment of environmentally-impacted ("brownfield") properties.
has received an AV-ranking, the highest that an attorney can receive for competency and integrity by Martindale-Hubbell, the international directory for lawyers.
He is a Full Member of the Urban Land Institute and presently serves on ULI's national Community Development Council.
counsels developers of residential, commercial, resort, and mixed-use master planned communities on a broad range of real estate, land use, environmental, and corporate matters.
is regularly involved in initial due diligence activities, including the development and analysis of project structure and economic feasibility scenarios; environmental due diligence (including water, wastewater, wetland permitting and mitigation, and storm water matters); tax and securities planning; land use and zoning matters; and exit strategy development.
counsels clients on legal issues relating to development agreements, builder programs, interstate land sales regulation, and property owner associations.
also focuses on the design and implementation of recreational club membership and amenity use plans including those for equestrian, golf, hunting, ski, social, swim, and tennis clubs; yacht and marina slip sales and membership programs; health resorts; and spas.
counsels developers, as well as club and resort owners and managers, in connection with financial restructuring and facility expansion projects, including mergers and acquisitions; equity conversions; and third-party sales.
environmental law practice emphasizes brownfield redevelopment; regulatory compliance counseling; strategic planning and permitting; and transactional matters.