Adam Wilk is a shareholder at Sneed, Vine & Perry, P.C., and a member of the firm’s Legal Opinion Committee. He is a recognized expert in commercial finance, real estate, and business law whose national practice ranges from representing and counseling clients in large-scale transactional matters, to serving as general counsel for a wide variety of businesses.
Adam’s clients include large estate holding companies, developers, management companies, hotels, assisted living facilities, trade associations, midstream service providers and marketing firms which he advises in the purchase and sale of companies and commercial real estate assets; the finance, refinance, and restructuring of credit facilities; and the formation of business entities for individuals and joint ventures.
Adam also serves as general counsel for numerous companies, assisting in wide-ranging operational matters including the draft, review, and negotiation of service contracts; the resolution of internal and third-party disputes; and other day-to-day matters.
Adam started his career at Bracewell & Giuliani LLP (now Bracewell LLP) where his practice focused on international real estate and finance transactions, and where he gained experience in all aspects of the construction, finance, restructuring, leasing, acquisition, and divestiture of commercial real estate assets. He also represented lenders and borrowers in the negotiation of loans, and represented lenders in the foreclosures of assets.
Adam later served as general counsel for Moody National Companies, a full-service commercial real estate firm, where he oversaw the acquisition of more than 40 commercial sites valued at over $725 million, including a 20-hotel, multi-state portfolio identified by Real Estate Alert as one of the five largest hotel transactions in 2007. Adam also helped to organize the firm’s investment vehicles, including on-book partnerships, private placements, tenant-in-common/Delaware Statutory Trust structures, and a publicly registered real estate investment trust.
Since returning to private practice in 2010, Adam has continued to focus on complex real estate transactions, and to leverage his unique experience as general counsel to provide similar services to a variety of small and mid-size companies.