Jamie Moorhead is real estate Of Counsel to Fairchild Morgan Law and assists clients with commercial real estate matters. Jamie Moorhead owns and runs the Moorhead Law Group, LLC, a law firm based in the Chicago area. Founded in 2012, the firm has a national practice. Jamie primarily represents tenants in negotiating retail, restaurant, fitness studio, office, and industrial/warehouse leases. Since 1999, his practice also has included general commercial real estate, land use, conservation, and natural resource law. In addition to tenants, he advises land owners and buyers. Clients have ranged from entrepreneur start-ups to Fortune Top 10 companies and include retailers, restaurants, fitness and entertainment companies, multinationals, and manufacturers. Jamie has handled roughly 750 leases and 300 property sales in all 50 states, with a total value above $2 billion. He was selected as a “40 Under Forty Illinois Attorneys” in 2011.
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