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  • Education
    • J.D., University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, 2006, Journal of Dispute Resolution, Lead Articles Editor
    • B.A., summa cum laude, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2003, Phi Beta Kappa
Mary Jane Judy’s efficiency in negotiating complex real estate transactions brings value to her clients as she seeks to understand their top priorities and works tirelessly to obtain them. Mary Jane’s real estate focus includes significant experience representing both landlords and tenants in commercial leases, as well as acquisition and sale of real property, often as a component of larger asset purchases or sales.

Health care clients rely on Mary Jane to guide them through a unique regulatory environment regarding their real estate transactions, particularly compliance with the federal Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute. 

Mary Jane draws on her breadth of experience in real estate transactions - from representing small start-up businesses on a local level to national developers across the nation - to identify the key issues to protect her clients in each unique transaction.  Mary Jane's responsive and collegial approach assures clients that their matters are being handled professionally and efficiently. 

Additionally, as a complement to her real estate practice, Mary Jane works alongside Polsinelli’s Public Policy group, assisting clients in realizing their goals at the local, state, and national level.
  • Represents a Fortune 500 specialized healthcare provider, negotiating leases and subleases.
  • Represents the second largest Catholic healthcare system in the nation, in acquiring and leasing its real estate assets.
  • Represented a developer in a phased acquisition and financing of a ground up college student housing complex.
  • Represented a New York City-based developer on acquisition, sales and financings of various development projects, including the tallest residential condominium in Manhattan. 
Publications & Presentations
Where Can Unconscionability Take Arbitration?
Journal of Dispute Resolution, Volume 200, No 1