Mr Howard Schreiber > Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP > Dallas, United States > Lawyer Profile

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
SUITE 3700
DALLAS, TX 75202
United States

Work Department

Financial Services, Real Estate Investment and Finance, Real Estate, Development and Finance, Commercial Real Estate Lending, Finance and Restructuring, Leasing, Acquisitions and Dispositions




Howard Schreiber’s practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions and financings. Experienced in all sectors of the commercial real estate industry, with particular concentration in commercial real estate lending and loan workouts, office leasing, and asset dispositions. He is the co-head of the firm’s global commercial real estate practice group.


Admitted to the Texas State Bar


  • JD, Duke University School of Law, with honors, Editor, Law and Contemporary Problems, 1984
  • BA, Dickinson College, with honors, 1981

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Real estate > Real estate

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP‘s real estate practice is split between the Dallas and New York offices, with Howard Schreiber, in Dallas, and Laurie Grasso and Brett Gross in New York co-heading the nationwide offering. In addition to its core focus on acquisition, financing, development and leasing, the team has been increasingly active supporting various blue-chip clients with acquisitions in affordable housing, and life sciences and health care sectors. Dallas and New York based, respectively, Jeff Giese, Matthew Scoville and associate Paul Greco routinely counsel private equity and investor clients, with Greco a regular advisor on top-end private equity mandates.


United States > Real estate > Real estate finance

Led by Howard Schreiber in Dallas together with New York-based Laurie Grasso and Brett Gross, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP has been increasing its presence in acquisition, financing and development of affordable housing, and life sciences and health care sectors, parallel to its well-established commercial real estate lending and REIT practice. It is also highly knowledgeable on foreclosure on defaulted mortgage and mezzanine loans, deeds in lieu of foreclosure and the sale of REO properties. The practice also undertakes a significant amount of pro-bono work. Gross specializes in securitized and portfolio mortgage lending, mezzanine, construction and hospitality lending, and credit facilities, while New York-based Peter Mignone and Matthew Halal ‘s practice focuses on advises lenders and investor representation. Dallas’ key attorneys include Kathleen Wu, Kathleen Tarbox Muñoz and Raegan Watchman.