Bradley D. Scheick

Senior Counsel


Brad Scheick is a senior counsel in Miller Starr Regalia’s Walnut Creek office. He represents financial institutions, property owners, developers, and retail and office tenants in a broad range of real estate and related business transactions.

A substantial part of Brad’s practice focuses on representing banks and other lenders in the negotiation, documentation, and modification of real estate secured financing arrangements, including construction and term loans and revolving credit facilities. Brad also advises clients in drafting and negotiating real property purchase, sale, lease and management agreements, and in handling due diligence investigations.

Brad is Miller Starr Regalia’s Financial Services Practice Group Leader.


M.B.A., Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, Bloomington (2003)

J.D., magna cum laude, Indiana University, Bloomington (2003)

  • Order of the Coif.
  • CALI awards for his academic achievement in real estate finance, secured transactions, international trade and international law

B.A., with honors, Appalachian State University (2000)


Contra Costa County Bar Association (CCCBA)

Contra Costa Leadership Program (2014-2015)

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association (SFBAA)

State Bar of California

Urban Land Institute (ULI)

Awards & Recognition

Super Lawyers Northern California – "Rising Star" (2013 – 2014)


"Do You Feel Lucky, Banker? The Shaky Prospects For Financial Transactions With Marijuana-Related Businesses,” Miller & Starr, California Real Estate Newsalert, Vol. 28, No. 5, May 2018

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Do You Feel Lucky, Banker? The Shaky Prospects For Financial Transactions With Marijuana-Related Businesses

Federal law prohibits the manufacture, possession, or use of marijuana for any purpose, including medical purposes. This prohibition notwithstanding, as of January of 2018, 29 states plus the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for medical purposes, six states have legalized marijuana for recreational use, and Maine and Massachusetts have approved legalization measures that have not yet taken effect.