Christopher P. Campbell
Christopher Campbell is a partner in the Denver office of Epport, Richman & Robbins, LLP. His practice is focused on all areas of transactional real estate (with an emphasis on multifamily), including acquisitions and dispositions, financing, joint ventures, property management, leasing and development. Mr. Campbell has assisted private opportunity funds, operators/developers, investment banks, financial institutions, non-bank financial institutions and private equity funds in the acquisition and disposition of real property, leasing of real property, and mezzanine and permanent financings. In addition, Mr. Campbell has extensive experience in general contract and corporate matters, such as advising companies in corporate finance transactions, including public and private securities offerings of equity and debt, assisting public and private companies in joint ventures, partnership arrangements, licensing transactions, the formation of all entities, creation of buy-sell agreements, and other general corporate matters.
Mr. Campbell received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 1999 from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2003, where Mr. Campbell was a member of the St. Thomas Moore Honor Society and Order of the Coif, and also served as Chief Production Editor of the Entertainment Law Review.
Mr. Campbell’s recent engagements include:
- Representing a private opportunity fund with its real property acquisitions and related joint ventures in California, Washington, Nevada and Colorado for an aggregate market value of more than $3 billion to date.
- Representing a $75 million private equity fund in connection with its acquisition, financing and refinancing, and dispositions of multifamily properties in various states throughout the country including Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Ohio, and Florida.
- Representing a private equity fund on its acquisition of fifteen multifamily properties in seven states, over a thirty-day period.
- Representing an opportunity fund with its financing and disposition of several major flag hotels in New York, California and Tennessee.
- Representing several state-chartered banks in documenting various credit facilities including those secured by real property and those secured by personal property assets and accounts receivable.
- Representing several large-scale institutional property owners (including pension and insurance funds) in connection with leasing of office and retail space in Orange County, San Francisco County, and Los Angeles County, California.
- Representing two major CMBS lenders in the making and documentation of real estate loans throughout the country.
- Co-Author, 25 Years of Commercial Leasing: What a Long, Strange, Cyclical Trip it Has Been, California Real Property Journal, V. 24, No. 3, 2006.
- Fit to Be Tied: How United States v. Microsoft Corp. Incorrectly Changed the Standard for Sherman Act Tying Violations, 22 Loyola Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review 538, 2000.