Randall K. Steverson
Randall Steverson concentrates his practice in the area of real estate development and financing. He has varied experience in both residential and commercial development which includes participation from early stages through and beyond completion. Examples of his work include:
- Financing: Represented numerous American and foreign banks and insurance companies, and American and international borrowers and lenders in negotiating and documenting construction and commercial loans. The loans have been for the purchase of acquiring, constructing and refinancing hotels, office buildings, shopping complexes, condominium projects, warehouses, and residential subdivisions.
- Residential and Commercial Development: Represented a large land owner in residential and commercial development and diversified agricultural, including subdivision, land use covenants, construction contracts, sale agreements, and commercial leasing.
- Resort Development: Represented a golf course operator and an international construction company in the purchase and development of resort complexes consisting of multiple golf courses, sports complexes, hotels, shopping villages and other facilities and in restructuring ownership of some of the facilities.
- Landlords: Represented various landlords of shopping centers, office buildings and condominium projects in preparing standard forms of project leases, in specific leasing transactions, in landlord-tenant disputes and in condominium documentation.
- Consumer Transactions: Represented lenders and developers in preparing consumer financing documents, including truth-in-lending documents and plain language forms.
- Buy/Sale Transactions: Represented many buyers and sellers of every type of real property from vacant house lots to office buildings, golf complexes and hotels.
Before attending law school, Mr. Steverson lived in Japan for three years teaching English to businessmen. Mr. Steverson is chair of the firm's Technology Committee, and has an interest in the application of technology to the efficient practice of law.
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., 1978
- University of Washington, M.A., 1970
- University of California at Berkeley, A.B., 1969
Admitted to Practice
- State Courts of California
- State Courts of Hawaii
- U.S. District Court of Hawaii