Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
A highly experienced real estate and business attorney, Robyn Nordin Stowell is one of only a handful of attorneys recognized nationally in the hospitality and resort industries for her unique experience in golf course and private club matters. She represents clients throughout the United States, including properties that are recognized as some of the most exclusive in the world.
Working closely with private clubs, golf resorts, non-profit entities, developers, borrowers, lenders, and member groups, Robyn brings her extensive industry expertise and experience to bear when developing creative solutions to achieve her client’s goals and resolve their pressing legal issues. She advises clients on club turnovers, equity conversions, the purchase, sale, and financing of golf and resort assets, structuring of member-financed renovation and expansion programs, contract negotiations, and the sale of amenities valued in the tens of millions of dollars. Robyn is particularly experienced in complex real estate and financial transactions involving multiple sellers and buyers with golf, spa, retail, fitness, clubhouse, and residential community assets. She regularly counsels private clubs on governance and membership issues and advises clients on a wide range of legal issues, including restructuring of club operations and membership offerings, cybersecurity and data privacy, contracts, water, insurance, employment, operations best practices, and settlements involving real estate, golf course and club litigation.
As a national thought leader in the private club and golf resort sector, Robyn is a regular contributing columnist to BoardRoom Magazine writing on topics that are timely for club operations and governance. She is a frequent presenter at the Club Management Association of America’s (CMAA) Business Management Institute, CMAA Annual World Conference and CMAA Chapter meetings around the country.