Clients benefit from Kenny’s unusual breadth of transactional law experience that spans both commercial real estate and corporate law.
His career began at a large Charlotte law firm where his practice was split between representing commercial and multifamily real estate developers and handling mergers, acquisitions and general corporate matters for small and mid-size companies. Kenny also spent several years as general counsel with a full-service real estate development firm where he participated in the management and ownership of development projects.
Kenny draws upon his diverse background to assist and advise each of his clients at Bishop, Dulaney, Joyner & Abner. His experience makes him especially skilled at navigating clients through the nuances of commercial real estate and corporate law.
Kenny represents owners and developers of commercial and multifamily property in all facets including:
He also has extensive experience in various entitlement processes, including rezoning, site plan approval, building permits and agreements with CDOT, CMUD and other local government agencies and utilities. Kenny regularly represents landlords and tenants in negotiating leases, lease extensions, terminations, and subordination agreements.
Kenny’s corporate law practice services the full life cycle of a business, with particular emphasis on business ownership and transfer issues, including:
He also routinely assists business owners with a variety of other corporate matters, ranging from bank financing (including SBA loans) to employment and general business contracts.
Georgetown University Law Center
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill