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Brad J. Gower

Brad J. Gower

Associate

T (864) 751-7614
F (864) 751-7801
Overview

Brad Gower is a member of the firm's commercial real estate team. Brad has experience representing individuals, corporate entities, developers, and lenders in complex commercial real estate transactions. He has assisted clients with a variety of commercial real estate transactions, and also has experience preparing and negotiating all documentation accompanying such a transaction, including Purchase and Sale Agreements, Lease Agreements and Loan Agreements.

Brad has also assisted clients in setting up LLCs and corporations, as well as representing businesses in preparation of operating agreements and other corporate governance documents, negotiating contracts, and assisting with the purchase and sale of businesses.

Listed in South Carolina Super Lawyers
Achievements
  • South Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Stars Edition, Listed Real Estate (2016, 2017)
  • Greenville Business Magazine's Best & Brightest 35 and Under (2014), Legal Elite, Real Estate (2015-2017)  
  • Leadership Greenville, Class of 41
  • CALI Award
    • Corporate Finance
    • Real Estate Transactions II
Community
  • United Way of Greenville County – Loaned Executive, 2013
  • Washington and Lee University Alumni Association
Education
  • University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2011
  • Washington & Lee University, B.S., 2005
Admissions
  • South Carolina, 2011
Affiliations
  • South Carolina Bar
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