Those who were promoted include Midtown's Anthony D. Greene and Hallie M. Meushaw, both of whom are based at the firm's Midtown headquarters and Mamta K. Shah out of its New York offices.
"These three attorneys have worked hard to achieve their promotions to Of Counsel,” Troutman Sanders managing partner Stephen E. Lewis said in a statement. “The firm appreciates their hard work, dedication and commitment to the firm, and looks forward to their continued success at Troutman Sanders."
Greene joined Troutman Sanders in 2001 and is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Commercial Ownership, Leasing & Management; Real Estate Development & Acquisition; and Real Estate Finance practice groups.
Greene focuses his practice on real estate and other commercial transactions. He has represented institutional real estate owners nationally and internationally in connection with acquisitions, development projects and dispositions, mortgage loans, construction loans, structured finance transactions, ground and space leases, management and leasing agreements, tax free exchanges and construction contracts.
Additionally, he represents institutional lenders in connection with loans and refinancings secured by mortgages on office, mixed use and apartment buildings, healthcare facilities and recreational facilities, as well as on loan workouts and foreclosures, and representing tenants leasing offices, stores, restaurants and sites for development under ground leases.
Greene earned a J.D. in 2001 from the University of Virginia, a B.A. in 1997 from Emory University, and attended a summer study program in 1996 at Oxford University in England.
Of Counsel typically refers to an attorney who practices law at a firm but on a different track from that firm's mainstream lawyers.