Troy is a real estate attorney and partner with Quarles & Brady LLP. He concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial construction transactions, commercial lending, real estate lending, general real estate and business transactions, and Indian law. Troy's experience includes: Representing owner/developers, contractors, and subcontractors in commercial construction transactions; Negotiation and preparation of custom forms of design and construction contracts; Negotiation and preparation of industry standard forms of design and construction contracts, including AIA, AGC, ConsensusDocs, and DBIA forms; Advising clients regarding real estate and regulatory issues relating to the construction and operation of renewable energy projects, including solar; Providing general counsel relating to issues arising before, during, or after construction; Representing Tribal Housing Authorities in preparation, review, and negotiation of construction, architect, and engineering documents; Providing advice and counsel to Tribal Housing Authorities in HUD-related matters and procurement law; Representing general contractors regarding various public procurement issues, including bid protests involving local, city, county, and state governmental agencies; Representing investors, developers, sellers, and lenders in real estate transactions; and Providing general counsel service to small business clients not having in-house legal counsel.
Education and Honors:
Gonzaga University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1995);
Gonzaga Law Review (Member, 1993–1995;
Editorial Board, 1994–1995); and
University of San Diego (B.B.A., 1990)