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Joshua N. Rudin


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Josh focuses his practice on transactions involving all aspects of commercial real estate. He has experience negotiating and structuring real estate acquisitions & dispositions, financings, joint ventures, and real estate development transactions. His clients include private equity firms, insurance companies, alternative lenders, financial institutions, corporations, and distressed companies. Josh also routinely assists with the real estate components of a wide variety of private equity, M&A, restructuring, public finance and infrastructure transactions.

Prior to joining Mintz, Josh was an associate in the real estate practices of several international law firms, where he represented clients in a broad spectrum of debt and equity investments in commercial real estate. Josh also completed an eight-month Secondment to a global alternative asset management company as a member of the real estate investments legal team.

While attending law school, Josh served as the notes and comments editor of the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law and authored a note for the publication titled, “Basel III: The Banking Band-Aid?”, which explores capital adequacy requirements and financial regulations imposed on financial institutions in the wake of the 2009 financial crisis.

In addition to his practice, Josh serves the Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association, including as a mentor to students and assisting with mock interviews and job search preparation.

News & Press

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Members Daniel Guggenheim, William Squires III, and Associate Joshua Rudin recently published an article in The Real Estate Finance Journal exploring some of the important issues in purchasing and resolving distressed real estate debt.
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Mintz is pleased to announce that 120 firm attorneys have been recognized as leaders by Best Lawyers® in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©.
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Recognition & Awards

  • Best Lawyers of America: Ones to Watch – Real Estate (2021 - 2023)

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  • Volunteer, Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association
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