Jun 19, 2019
Local expertise is a real asset
Osler is pleased to welcome our newest Real Estate partner, Bavia Bisetty, practicing in our Vancouver office and with a strong presence in Calgary. Bavia has worked at major national firms in Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary with a practice that encompasses all areas of commercial real estate including acquisition and disposition transactions, commercial leasing, development, financing, co-ownership and joint ventures. She acts for pension funds and their advisers, REITs and private investors on a wide range of significant transactions and major development projects.
Osler’s Western Canada Real Estate Team. Back row: Bryce Kustra, Daniel Jachna, Robert Housman. Front row: Lynn Van Mierlo, Allan Morgan, Bavia Bisetty, Riley Whitlock. Not pictured: Nelson Medeiros.
Bavia’s addition to our Western Canada team further deepens our ability to provide experienced legal guidance with local expertise while rounding out our national platform.
“With Bavia joining the Vancouver office, our clients have direct access to a seasoned industry veteran who has a track record of guiding stakeholders through even their most challenging real estate matters,” says Rod Davidge, chair of Osler’s Real Estate Group. “Her experience and insight will be a significant asset to clients in this market.”
To successfully execute complex commercial real estate transactions, a legal team that truly understands the unique forces of your market is key—with knowledgeable lawyers on the ground who can help navigate the many potential issues at play.
Osler’s Western Canada team has the deep bench strength and local expertise to advise you on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions. Our lawyers have the technical savvy and practical knowledge to guide you through the most complex transactions and development projects with a commitment to exceptional client service delivery.
Supported by the national Osler Real Estate Group and the extended expertise of our firm, you can count on the legal advice you need, when you need it.