Ms. Skinner's practice centers on commercial real estate and financing transactions. Her experience includes the acquisition, disposition and financing (construction and permanent) of regional shopping malls, hotels, office buildings, retail centers, redevelopment projects, apartment buildings and museums. She represents corporate owners in the acquisition, development, leasing and disposition of their real estate holdings. She has worked on a wide range of matters, including complex redevelopment projects, construction loans, multi-state portfolio loans and data center developments. Her practice includes leasing, representing landlords and tenants in leasing office and other property types, as well as build to suit projects. She has represented many lenders in making loans, developing lending policies and forms, and coordinating multi-state transactions. The restructure, workout and exercise of remedies for troubled loans is also a part of her practice. Conduit, margin, and aviation financing transactions are part of her practice. In addition, she has significant experience in public/private developments that are key to urban renewal projects. Ms. Skinner is the former editor for the American Bar Association magazine Probate & Property and is the former co-chair of the Joint Editorial Board for Uniform Real Property Acts. She is a fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and a member of the Anglo- American Real Property Institute. She has served on the Washington State Bar Association’s Real Property Probate & Trust Law Section’s Executive Committee, the ABA Real Property, Trusts & Estate Law Section Council and the board of CREW Sound and Seattle. In addition, she is the author of “The New ALTA Title Insurance Policies: Making the Leap from 1970 to the 21st Century,” 23 The Practical Real Estate Lawyer 29 (September 2007); “A Practical Guide to Title Review, “ 21 The Practical Real Estate Lawyer 35 (July 2005) and “A Practical Guide to Survey Review,” 9 The Practical Real Estate Lawyer 45 (1993), and a co-author of the “Powers of Attorney in Real Estate Transactions” chapter in The Washington Real Property Deskbook.