Business and Real Estate Transactional Attorney
Clint Wilson is a transactional attorney and partner with Baker, Burton & Lundy specializing in business and real estate transactions. Clint advises individual, professional and corporate clients on a full range of business and real estate matters. Clint is a persuasive competitor with a smile and a sense of humor. He has an innate curiosity for the mechanics of the law and an uncharacteristic ability to see details often unseen by others. He is committed to connecting with his clients and treats his work as a personal reflection.
Before becoming an attorney, Clint used his persuasive talents while working as an Operations Manager in the Port of Los Angeles managing longshoremen 25 years his senior, earning the respect of the unions and quickly moving up the ranks of management. Clint’s calm demeanor allowed him to achieve success in negotiating with unions, and continues to influence his practice as an attorney. Clint graduated Cum Laude from Loyola Law School where he was in the Top 10% of his class and a member of the Transactional Negotiation Team. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Economics from St. Mary’s College of California where he was a distinguished football player and scholar-athlete.
- California, 2013
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
- J.D., 2013, Cum Laude
- High Honors in Corporate Law
- Member of the Transactional Negotiation Team
- Saint Mary’s College of California
- B.S. Business Administration, 2004
- National Honor Society, Economics (Omicron Delta Epsilon)
- Football, District VIII First Team All-Academic
- Football, Bill Fisher Leadership Award
- Football, Single Season Rushing Record Holder
- George R. McKeon Senior Student-Athlete of the Year
Areas of Legal Practice:
Suggested Tenant Revisions To The “AIR” Standard Industrial/Commercial Multi-Tenant Lease — Net, by Clint Wilson and Kent Burton, January 29, 2016, Real Property Law Section, State Bar of California
News About Clint
Rent is one of the most significant costs for most businesses. This summary evaluates the potential bases for excusing (or at least delaying) the obligation of commercial tenants to pay rent during closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Clint Wilson & Brian Selogie
With worsening wildfires, heavy rains, and mudslides threatening commercial structures across the State, the importance of casualty provisions in California commercial leases has increased in recent years.
Baker, Burton & Lundy is proud to announce that transactional attorney Clint Wilson has been made a partner at the Hermosa Beach law firm.
By Clint Wilson
How can you keep CAM costs low? Attorney Clint Wilson gives several Tenant Tips to help negotiate Common Area Costs in commercial leases.
During the remodel or renovation of your home, here are some steps to take to help ensure that your property remains lien free after construction is complete.
Frequently we get calls from clients who realize their lease is due to expire and they need advice as to their liability if they do not surrender the leased premises upon expiration of the lease (i.e., holdover).
If good fences make good neighbors, what happens when the fence you share with your neighbor has been constructed on your side of the property line depriving you of a portion of your property and allowing your neighbor exclusive use and access to a portion of your property?
Offering Suggestions to Better Represent Tenants
by Clint Wilson & Kent Burton
The use of commercial lease forms provided by the American Industrial Real Estate Association (“AIR”) is widespread in California’s commercial leasing industry. Founded in 1960 by brokers for brokers, AIR advances the interests of its membership by providing, in part, standardized lease forms that serve as useful tools which can be tailored to the specific needs of landlords and tenants with minimum cost and time.