Ms. Sjoberg is an associate in the firm’s Tribal Affairs and Gaming Practice Group. Her practice focuses on real estate transactions and financing and she provides counsel on complex commercial real estate matters.
Ms. Sjoberg’s experience includes debt and equity financing, zoning, condemnation, public lands, federal reserved water rights, regulatory issues, non-judicial foreclosure and commercial leasing. She has represented various clients including investors, receivers and developers with matters involving acquisitions, refinancing and litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Sjoberg was an associate at Polsinelli in Phoenix and served as a judicial law clerk to Supreme Court Justice A. John Pelander.
- Represented lender in acquisition of luxury resort, hotel and related assets in lieu of foreclosure;
- Represented court-appointed receiver in reacquisition and divestment of various real property interests and assets in New Mexico, Texas and Hawaii in conjunction with litigation and value-maximizing endeavors by joint defense parties;
- Represented developer–owner in refinancing of $52 million loan secured by apartment community;
- Represented noteholder in sale of a distressed $5.9 million loan secured by a shopping center;
- Represented preferred equity lender in acquisition from special servicer of $142 million multifamily portfolio with 14 properties across 6 states;
- Represented national multifamily investment company in acquisition and debt and equity financing of various apartment communities;
- Represented borrower in acquisition of $10 million bridge loan secured by properties in Texas and Arizona;
- Represented beneficiary in foreclosure of deeds of trust secured by properties in various Arizona counties;
- Represented defendant against consumer fraud investigation and complaint by the Arizona Office of the Attorney General;
- Represented limited liability company owner of assembled property in condemnation actions involving a state entity and lone wolf member expelled from company owner; and
- Represented defendant–tenant in breach of contract action involving landlord’s failure to honor right of first refusal.
- Co-author, “Debating Over Backyard Chickens,” 44 CONNtemplations, 2012
- Co-author, “Excessive Speech, Civility Norms, and the Clucking Theorem,” 44 Connecticut Law Review, 2011
- Tucson Business Edge - 40 Under 40 Award for Young Leaders, 2007
- Supreme Court Justice A. John Pelander - Clerkship
- Arizona Law Review - Editor-in-Chief
- Arizona Attorney General's Office - Law clerk - Environmental Enforcement Section