Gary M. Alletag has represented both individuals and businesses in a wide range of commercial transactions. His main focus has been in the areas of real estate, energy and financial institutions. Gary served as the Business Group coordinator for the firm’s Houston office for 12 years.
Gary is ranked in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and is board-certified in commercial real estate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
- Represents purchasers and sellers of office buildings, hotels, hospitals, apartments complexes, shopping centers, industrial warehouses, and office and residential condominiums.
- Advises developers in the acquisition, development and marketing of commercial and residential properties, including shopping centers, industrial parks and residential subdivisions.
- Negotiates on behalf of lessors’ and lessees’ ground leases, office leases, shopping center and mall leases, and warehouse leases.
- Addresses onshore and offshore lease issues, pooling and unitization issues, and dealing with governmental compliance matters.
- Negotiates purchase and sale agreements, operating agreements, participation agreements, marketing contracts, gas purchase contracts, easements and surface use agreements.
- Represents chemical and electric utility industries, including national and international clients in the purchase of hydrofluorocarbon plants and resins plants.
- Represents financial institutions, including national and state banks, savings and loan associations, and federal savings banks.
- Represents financial institutions with respect to all types of lending, and has vast experience in workouts and foreclosure of distressed properties.
- Has handled mergers and acquisitions, franchise and license agreements, general contract matters, and equipment and employment leasing.
- State Bar of Texas, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section
- Houston Bar Association
- J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 1976, with honors, Order of the Coif
- B.B.A., The University of Texas at Austin, 1972, with highest honors, Beta Gamma Sigma (honorary), Phi Delta Phi (honorary), Phi Eta Sigma (honorary)
Admissions : Texas, 1976
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