Sharon M. Lewonski

Partner & Real Estate Practice Chair

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Toll Free: 1-844-285-4263 ext. 725

Direct : 770-578-4933

Cell : 678-517-2224

Office : Atlanta

A veteran attorney with significant experience in complex litigation and transactional matters involving commercial real estate, asset acquisition, finance and bankruptcy.

Sharon M. Lewonski is a partner in Culhane Meadow’s Atlanta office and Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group, where she primarily focuses her practice on assisting clients on matters concerning the financing, acquisition, development, marketing, management, and disposition of income-generating real estate assets.

Ms. Lewonski has represented lenders, investors, owners and developers throughout every aspect of the real estate cycle, and has closed deals on all sides of the negotiating table.  Her extensive experience includes retail, industrial and office leasing, zoning and land use entitlements, master-planned, mixed-use, and resort community development, golf course and  private club formation and management,  and state and federal sales and marketing regulatory compliance, such as registration under The Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (“ILSA”).

With over a decade of  experience as a seasoned  litigator, Ms. Lewonski adds value to every transaction negotiated.  In addition to providing risk aversion and mitigation advice to clients during every step of the project, she is often called upon to assist in the dispute resolution process, both in and out of the courtroom, in cases involving matters such as:

  • landlord/tenant disputes, reclamation and eviction;
  • boundary disputes and title insurance claim resolution;
  • creditor rights and lender liability issues;
  • corporate dissolution and partnership divorces;
  • mortgage fraud, D&O and professional negligence claims;
  • broker, builder and construction disputes, including mechanic lien, bond and surety litigation;
  • Section 363 sale bidding, approval and confirmation issues;
  • bankruptcy relief motions and claim objections;
  • state foreclosure and confirmation hearings; and
  • preference and fraudulent transfer actions

Awards & Recognitions

  • International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation, Co-Chair of Georgia Network’s PR & Marketing Committee and Member of the Programming Committee (2011-2013)
  • University of Baltimore Law Review, Assistant Editor

Selected Presentations & Publications

Reported Opinions

  • Mateen v. Dicus II, 281 Ga. 455 (2006)
  • Mateen v. Dicus I, 275 Ga. App. 742 (2005)
  • McDonald v. Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, et al., 251 Ga. App. 230 (2001)
  • 350 Marietta, Inc. v. Reardon, 246 Ga. App. 812 (2000)
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