Tracy A. Gallegos has a multifaceted practice that touches upon corporate, real estate, sports, and entertainment law for clients ranging from startup companies to established businesses. Tracy’s clients include, but are not limited to, community association management companies, homeowners’ associations, medical marijuana dispensaries, and individuals and companies involved in the promotions and management aspects of the nightlife industry.
Her corporate services include assistance with entity formation and restructuring; preparation of business plans; procurement of business licenses, building permits, and special use permits; drafting of documentation necessary to obtain licensing for medical marijuana dispensaries; and preparation of forms required by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Furthermore, Tracy routinely reviews, revises, and drafts various corporate documents; including bylaws, operating agreements, and articles of dissolution; and negotiates and drafts business agreements such as escrow instructions, foreign exchange trading, joint venture, consulting, stock purchase, unit transfer, and subscription agreements.
In the realm of real estate law, Tracy represents both commercial and residential developers. She drafts and reviews purchase and sale agreements, promissory notes, public offering statements, disclosure statements, commercial leases, easement and maintenance agreements, deeds of trust and assignment of rents agreements.
She provides representation to ensure her clients’ compliance with the Subdivided Lands and Subdivision Map Act. In addition, she manages all aspects of land use applications for mixed-use and commercial projects, including preparation of documents necessary to obtain building permits, special use permits, and zoning changes.
Tracy handles transactions involving the acquisition and disposition of multimillion-dollar commercial properties, residential properties, and vacant parcels of real property. She also handles landlord-tenant disputes for commercial properties.
Tracy’s real estate practice also includes serving as general counsel for community association management companies and homeowners’ associations, advising clients on real estate issues pertaining to common-interest communities.
She provides guidance and counseling pertaining to governing documents, foreclosure issues arising from non-payment of assessments, easements, restrictive covenants, delinquent assessment liens, and compliance with the California Davis-Stirling and Nevada Uniform Common-Interest Ownership Acts.
Tracy drafts all the necessary documents required by homeowners’ associations, including amendments to governing documents, bid processes, and materials required for board and annual meetings.
Tracy also drafts and reviews management agreements, conflict waivers, indemnifications, and nondisclosure and non-compete agreements. In addition, Tracy has represented many clients with disputes pending before the Nevada Real Estate Division.
In the entertainment law arena, Tracy has counseled clients on various issues including merchandising, licensing, nondisclosure and non-compete agreements, music service agreements, artist performance agreements, and various other types of contracts relevant to the entertainment industry.
Tracy served as Corporate Counsel and Director of Operations for a community association management company with offices in Nevada and California. She has also practiced real estate, sports, entertainment, and corporate law at firms in California and Nevada.
During law school, Tracy was a student attorney for the school’s legal clinic, where she provided legal services to indigent clients involved in civil matters. She also served as president of the school’s Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and vice-president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
- Drake University Law School(J.D., 2004)
- University of California, Davis(A.B., 1999)
- Clark County Bar Association
- American Bar Association (Business and Entertainment Law Forums)
- Nevada State Bar Entertainment Law Section
- Cannabis Law Journal, Editorial Board Member
COURT ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. District Court, District of Nevada
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
BAR ADMISSIONS : Nevada, California.
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