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Mintz Helps Public Company Data Center Owner and Operator Expand Portfolio

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Key Facts

  • Our client is one of the largest public companies in the data center space
  • We represented the company on multiple 4-30 megawatt leases and master service agreements
  • The company regularly looks to Mintz for its large complex transactions

The Situation

Mintz represents one of the largest public companies in the data center space in a variety of matters. Many of these are matters where the company serves as the landlord and operates and leases substantial data center space to other large companies. For example, our team recently represented the company on a 4.5 megawatt master service agreement for a global computer software and hardware company.

The Approach

Our team works hand in hand with the company’s in-house legal department and its business people on every transaction, and we bring our extensive market experience and knowledge from representing multiple data center owners and operators as well as tenants/customers. We also have a solid understanding of the technical side of these transactions. Our team collaborates in drafting key documents, guiding the client throughout the process of leasing specific data center spaces, and preparing the necessary paperwork to solidify each transaction. We are also a resource for the company in providing market knowledge as to what is customary and appropriate because of our exposure to different transactions for a wide variety of clients.

The Outcome

The company regularly looks to Mintz for its largest and most complicated transactions.

Supporting Professionals

Jeffrey Moerdler, head of the firm’s Real Estate and Communications Practices in New York, coordinates the firm's representation in these matters with the assistance of Member David Alin.