Contact Adam G. Gutin
3001 PGA Boulevard, Suite 305
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
- Florida, 2010
- Florida International University College of Law, J.D., 2010
- University of Florida M.B.A., 2006
- University of Florida, B.S. in Finance and B.A. in English, 2003
- Member of The Florida Bar
- Member of The Blue Friends Society in support of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center
- Board Member of Family Promise of North/Central Palm Beach County, Inc.
- Member of the FIU Law Review, 2008-2010, Articles Editor, 2009-2010
Adam Gutin is an attorney at Nason Yeager. Mr. Gutin works primarily in the real estate and lender representation practice groups. His practice includes representing local, state and national owners and developers in all aspects of the purchase and sale, financing, due diligence review, land planning and development of real property; representing local, state and national landlords and tenants in all aspects of leasing; preparing and negotiating all types of land planning and use documents, including declarations of covenants, access agreements and easements; and preparing and negotiating construction contracts and other real estate related business and corporate contracts.
Prior to obtaining his Juris Doctor degree, Mr. Gutin worked for Banyan Realty Advisors, LLC, a pension fund advisor specializing in real estate investment and property management. While there, Mr. Gutin analyzed multifamily, office, retail, and fractional ownership real estate transactions on behalf of private and institutional clients; assisted in providing asset management services to several properties throughout the United States; and negotiated commercial leases
- Florida Adopts UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration to Further Bolster Miami’s Ability to Compete as a Viable Seat, Young Arbitration Review, Jan. 2011 (co authored)
- Melamine-Tainted Milk: An Ongoing Problem for China, International Law Quarterly, Fall 2010
- Regulating Sovereign Wealth Funds in the United States: A Primer on SWFs and CFIUS, FIU Law Review, Spring 2010