Person Photo
Person Photo

Matthew Kim-Miller

Partner

25 South Willow Street, Suite 200, P.O. Box 68, Jackson, WY 83001

Matthew provides seasoned representation to clients across a broad scope of transactional matters.

His real estate experience includes representing developers, owners, and other parties in  land use and entitlements, subdivisions, financing, acquisitions and dispositions, master-planned development and other common interest ownership structures, construction contracting, workouts, leasing, conservation easements, property exchanges, and transactions involving public land. His clients include parties involved in residential, hospitality, office, medical, retail, mixed-use, and industrial sectors.

Matthew's extensive corporate experience includes asset and stock transactions, the creation and maintenance of entities and holding structures, joint venture, and equity and debt capitalization. As part of his business practice, he regularly works with the firm's private client group on wealth preservation and protection matters. In relation to public bodies, he has represented various parties involved in public finance and special assessment and tax increment districts, including loans to and bond issuances by public entities, incentives available from public bodies and municipal law questions. Matthew has worked with various tax credits and affordable housing incentives.

Education

Bar Admissions

Recognition

  • The Best Lawyers in America© Real Estate Law, 2018-2019
  • New Mexico Business Weekly, "40 Under 40" (2011)
DISCLAIMER

Unless you are a current client of Holland & Hart LLP, please do not send any confidential information by email. If you are not a current client and send an email to an individual at Holland & Hart LLP, you acknowledge that we have no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any information you submit to us, unless we have already agreed to represent you or we later agree to do so. Thus, we may represent a party adverse to you, even if the information you submit to us could be used against you in a matter, and even if you submitted it in a good faith effort to retain us.