Direct: 415-814-6400


Amy E. Lehman is a real estate lawyer handling a wide variety of transactional real estate matters, including real estate finance, commercial leasing, and acquisitions and dispositions. Amy represents landlords and tenants in the preparation, negotiation and review of office leases, ground leases, subleases, license agreements and related documentation. She has represented lenders (including conduit lenders), servicers and borrowers in the negotiation and documentation of loan originations, loan assumptions and loan servicing matters. She has also represented a wide variety of clients in the acquisition, disposition and development of real estate, including office buildings, shopping centers, commercial mixed-use projects and multi-family housing projects.


Undergraduate School:  Pomona College; Claremont CA

Law School: University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI

Practice Areas:

Real Estate Finance, Commercial Leasing, and Acquisitions and Dispositions

Representative Matters

  • Represent lenders, including institutional investors, and borrowers in originations and modifications of commercial real estate loans
  • Draft and negotiate commercial leases (office and retail) and subleases, work letters, estoppels, and subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements
  • Draft and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, easement agreements, access agreements, closing documents, and legal opinions for purchasers and sellers of commercial real estate

Professional Activities

  • Vice Chair, Communications Committee, Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), San Francisco Chapter
  • Contributing author to CEB’s Ground Leases, 2010;
  • Co-author of “When You Assume…Practical Advice for Avoiding the Latter Portion of that Adage When Assuming a Securitized Loan,” The Real Estate Finance Journal, Fall 2008.