Leizl Hinajon is an attorney based in Holland & Knight's San Francisco office and is a member of the firm's Real Estate Practice.
Ms. Hinajon's practice focuses on the creation of mixed-used developments in the hospitality industry, specifically as it relates to hotel brand management and trademark protection when implementing complex mixed-use legal structures for luxury resort and hotel projects throughout the United States and in foreign jurisdictions. She also helps her hospitality clients manage ongoing operations, including handling food and beverage agreements and other third-party vendor agreements.
Ms. Hinajon also has experience in a variety of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions, office and retail leasing, and financing. She has represented owners, developers, hotels, landlords, tenants, technology companies, real estate investment trusts and institutional clients.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Hinajon worked for a boutique real estate law firm and several public agencies, which gives her a holistic view of real estate development from inception to stabilization from both the private and public sector perspective. Her experience has been used in drafting governance documents for homeowner's associations, advising on California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) disputes as they relate to urban developments and restoration projects, analyzing Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment in acquisitions and dispositions, and navigating local government approval processes, with an emphasis on water law and local ordinances.
In addition, Ms. Hinajon has a robust entertainment practice, which includes preparing agreements for television, film and similar media projects. Her experience protecting hospitality brands gives her a thorough understanding of the high-profile, entertainment client's interests. She has advised filmmakers, production companies and well-known retail brands.
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