Brian D. Stringer
Brian D. Stringer is an associate attorney at Barbosa Legal and focuses his practice on real estate, corporate law, and commercial transactions. Brian advises clients in the analysis, acquisition, disposition, financing, development, and leasing of commercial and residential real estate and has extensive experience in the negotiation and structuring of corporate and real estate transactions. Brian also provides general counsel to a wide range of domestic and international clients on various types of corporate and individual transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, entity structuring, asset acquisition and disposition, compliance, financing, and management.
He is particularly adept at structuring transactions to bring a client’s unique goals to fruition. Whether the client is a business entity seeking advice on a merger and acquisition or an individual purchasing real estate, Brian carefully counsels the client to fully understand their particular needs and assists them in accomplishing their objectives.
Brian is an experienced litigator and has litigated business and real estate matters for domestic and international clients with legal concerns in Florida. He uses his litigation experience to identify aspects of a particular transaction that are most prone to contention and constructs agreements that are specifically designed to avoid litigation.
Brian obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Anthropology from Florida International University and received a Juris Doctor from St. Thomas University School of Law. While in law school, Brian was named to the Dean’s List and served on the Moot Court Board. Following law school, he earned a Master of Laws in real property development from the University of Miami School of Law.
- University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Florida (Master of Laws, (LL.M.) Real Property Development, May 2008)
- St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami Gardens, Florida (Juris Doctor, December 2006)
- Florida International University, Miami, Florida (Bachelor of Arts, Sociology & Anthropology, December 2003)
- English (native)
- Spanish (conversational)