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Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP, Adrian Doxey, Dallas, USA

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Adrian Doxey

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Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP

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Real Estate




Bud Doxey’s practice includes experience in various commercial real estate transactions on a national basis, including: representation of a variety of entities in connection with their ownership of real property, including drafting and negotiating commercial leases and management agreements; representation of both sellers and purchasers in individual as well as portfolio acquisitions and dispositions of office, multifamily, multi-use, retail and industrial properties; and representation of institutional owners in joint venture acquisitions and development of land.


State Bar of Texas


  • JD, 1997, cum laude, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, SMU Law Review, Articles Editor, Order of the Coif
  • BA, 1994, magna cum laude, Southern Methodist University, Phi Beta Kappa

United States

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP’s Texas-based practice is ‘very good for complex matters’ and the team handles a broad range of product types, from sports stadia to corporate headquarters and international hotel chains. Retail and office leasing is a particular strength and the team is also experienced in handling lettings for major energy projects; for example, practice co-chair Jack Fields assisted Enterprise Products with a ground lease to a third party covering a 40-acre tract of land to be used for the construction of a new methanol plant. Other highlights in 2016 included practice co-chair Michael Boyd advising Pacific Life Insurance on a construction-to-permanent loan for a new multifamily project in Atlanta, and David Runnels acting for CBRE Global Investors in the acquisition of a mixed-use development in Dallas. In another significant acquisition, Chanse McLeod acted for ArcLight Capital Partners in the $217m purchase of 230 gasoline station/convenience store properties around the US. All attorneys named thus far are based in Houston, but the practice also has a presence in Dallas, where Adrian Doxey advised a major institutional investor on several substantial investments. The group experienced a number of partner departures in 2016, including Darrell Thomas to Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, and Chris Boehler to Concho Resources.

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