Provided by Marisa Bocci
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
J.D. (cum laude)
Marisa Bocci is a partner in K&L Gates’ Seattle office. She works on a range of transactional matters, with a focus on hotel and resort properties, commercial real estate assets, and agriculture matters. Ms. Bocci has extensive experience advising asset managers and institutional investors on direct investing, co-investments, joint ventures, and other investment strategies relating to real assets. She also represents corporations, non-profits, educational institutions, hospitals, and religious organizations with respect to their real estate holdings. She also advises clients on food, beverage, and agribusiness M&A transactions. Ms. Bocci is the co-chair of the K&L Gates Agribusiness and Food & Beverage industry groups. She is admitted in New York and Washington.
American Agricultural Law Association, Co-Chair of the Strategic Partnerships Committee
Seattle Shakespeare Company, Board Member and Co-Chair of the Facilities Committee
Jubilee Women’s Center, Board Member
Washington Women’s Foundation, Member
Farm Leases: Twelve Important Things to Consider, ALI-CLE publication The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, July 2021
Growing Opportunities In The Carbon Field For Agriculture And Forestry, Power, Environment, Land, and Natural Resources Alert, October, 2020
Real Property Practice Tip: Don’t Be Misled By the Title - The Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of 1978 Applies to More Than Just Agricultural Transactions, by Marisa Bocci, Eric Jay and Kari Larson, WSBA Real Property Probate & Trust Newsletter, Winter 2017
Unmanned Aircraft and Agriculture - Legal Issues for Landowners, by Rod Hall, Marisa Bocci, James Insco, Tom DeCesar and Paulina Wu - WSBA Real Property Probate & Trust Newsletter, Spring 2016 (Vol. 43, Number 1)
Marisa Bocci handles the full gamut of real estate transactions, with particular strength in acquisitions and leasing mandates in the agricultural sector.
"Marisa is a very strong real estate lawyer, with understanding of not just the law but the business and market issues involved."