Julie A. Seno

Shareholder

Location: Milwaukee

T: 414.225.1430

F: 414.278.3630

jseno@dkattorneys.com


Download VCard Connect with Julie Online

Assistant: Mary Michalek

T: 414.225.7518


Education

  • J.D., Marquette University Law School
  • B.B.A., cum laude, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Practice Areas


Education

  • J.D., Marquette University Law School
  • B.B.A., cum laude, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
  • Industry

Julie A. Seno

Shareholder

Biography

Julie is a member of Davis|Kuelthau’s Corporate Practice Team in the Milwaukee office.  She offers a full range of commercial real estate law services involving the finance, acquisition, sale, lease and development of complex multi-million-dollar real estate projects in Wisconsin and throughout the United States.  Julie regularly represents banks and other lending institutions, developers, individual and corporate investors as well as REITs, owners, landlords and tenants.

Julie represents both lenders and borrowers in various types of commercial real estate financing transactions, including acquisition, development and construction lending.  Her experience also includes CMBS loans, PACE financing, loan defeasances, syndicated loan transactions and interest rate swap transactions.  She handles finance and other real estate matters for all asset classes including healthcare, multifamily, office, retail, industrial and mixed-use.  Her practice also includes the representation of lenders in informal workouts, financial restructuring and forbearance arrangements when loans become troubled.

In addition to real estate finance, Julie’s experience extends to asset-based finance (including equipment, inventory and receivables financing), working capital lines of credit and various other complex commercial loan facilities.

Julie’s practice also includes representation with respect to other real estate and general business matters such as easements, lot purchase agreements, title insurance claims and rendering legal opinions on behalf of Wisconsin entities, as well as third-party legal opinions addressing the enforceability of loan documentation in support of commercial finance transactions and loan defeasances.