Kent Jones and Josh Stone Join Bradley's Real Estate Practice Group in Charlotte

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Bradley is pleased to announce that Kent Jones has joined the Charlotte office as a partner in the firm’s real estate and finance practices along with attorney Josh Stone.

“We are excited to welcome Kent and Josh to our Charlotte office,” said Bradley Charlotte Office Managing Partner Christopher C. Lam. “Kent brings decades of experience representing clients in all facets of commercial real estate development and finance. Kent and Josh will both be great additions to our national real estate and finance practices.”

“We are pleased to add these experienced attorneys to our real estate team as we continue to grow our national presence and capabilities to meet the needs of clients,” added Brooks R. Smith, chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group.

Mr. Jones practices in the areas of commercial real estate development, finance, commercial leasing, loan workouts and general corporate law. He assists developers, public/private partnerships, investors, and lenders in managing and closing commercial real estate transactions, including land use, financing and development matters, and drafting and negotiating purchase contracts, commercial leases, loan documentation, development agreements and related agreements. Mr. Jones also advises businesses and business owners in entity choice and formation issues, equity structures, and the negotiation and preparation of shareholder agreements, operating agreements, service contracts, manufacturing and consulting agreements, and franchising and licensing agreements.

Mr. Jones earned his J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University and his B.A. from Sewanee: The University of the South.  

As an attorney in the Real Estate Practice Group, Mr. Stone assists clients with commercial real estate transactions. Prior to practicing law, he worked as a financial advisor for Wells Fargo Advisors. Mr. Stone received his J.D. from the West Virginia University College of Law and his B.S. in Economics from West Virginia University.