Eric Robinson is a commercial real estate attorney and adviser who specializes in facilitating pivotal transactions for clients engaged in nationwide real property investments. His expertise encompasses guiding, structuring, and negotiating acquisitions, dispositions, and various types of leases for multiple clients. Mr. Robinson has also crafted and structured transactions for real estate investment trust (REIT) clients.

Many of Mr. Robinson's clients maintain active real estate portfolios with complex transactions. These clients rely on his comprehensive advice, counsel, and pragmatic solutions to overcome obstacles and mitigate risks during the deal process.

Mr. Robinson has a deep understanding of client business challenges and objectives, drawing from extensive experience overseeing real property transactions during periods of significant growth in client companies. He has successfully navigated teams through several critical and complex transactions, ensuring seamless closings.

His clients value Mr. Robinson for his balanced approach, never sacrificing good opportunities in the pursuit of risk control. He fosters a steady, reasonable, and strategic deal environment, maintaining a keen focus on business objectives to keep deals on track. His deal style prioritizes long-term impacts, such as protecting reputations, reducing litigation risks, and avoiding the need for renegotiation.


  • Represents buyers, sellers, developers, brokers, and lenders in the financing, acquisition, planning and zoning, development, entitlements, leasing, and sale of residential, agricultural, commercial, and industrial properties
  • Represents lenders in documenting mortgage loans
  • Involved in the preparation of real estate partnership agreements and the creation of homeowners associations
  • Represents major land owners in property subdivision, development, governmental land use approvals, acquisition, and disposition
  • Associate instructor of real estate development course (2019-2023) in the Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) program at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah

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Speaking Engagements

  • Title Law from Start to Finish: Proper Usage of Endorsements and Exceptions
    National Business Institute, Salt Lake City, UT, 06.09.2014
  • Associate Presentor, Continuing Legal Education, The Basics of Real Property Law in Utah
    Utah State Bar, 01.2010
  • Presentor, Continuing Legal Education, Current Issues in Title and Survey Review, Kirton & McConkie
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