Tiffany Wrkich ATTORNEY

Tiffany represented some of our nation’s largest hedge funds, real estate investment trusts, and institutional investors during the credit crunch, and developed skills to creatively and flexibly solve problems in seemingly impossible situations. Tiffany has nearly twenty years of experience in corporate, finance, real estate and commercial law and is known for her ability to make even the most complicated matters seem clear.


Tiffany Wrkich has been an attorney with Seiler Mitby since 2018, after an extensive legal career in Washington, D.C. In addition to her commercial litigation practice, she advises on a wide range of transactional matters for the firm, including start-ups, business divorces, asset and stock purchases, joint ventures, debt and equity investments, real estate transactions, commercial leases and loan workouts.

Prior to her work with the firm, she was an attorney at an Am Law 100 law firm and represented entrepreneurial and institutional clients in connection with the acquisition, disposition, development, financing, and leasing of commercial real estate projects throughout the United States.

Additionally, Tiffany has represented numerous national homebuilders to acquire and entitle land, and develop large multi-phase residential communities, including resolving matters related to title, zoning and property owners’ associations.

She has also served as general counsel to a medical company providing clinical and drug safety services, where she negotiated government contracts, established an institutional review board and led the company’s mergers and acquisitions to acquire competing businesses.

Tiffany graduated from University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1998 and earned her law degree from University of Baltimore School of Law in 2002. During law school, she served as Editor-in-Chief of the University of Baltimore Law Forum.

She is an active member and practicing lawyer with the State Bar of Texas, the Maryland State Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar, The Woodlands Bar Association and the Montgomery County Bar Association.

Outside of her legal activities, Tiffany serves in leadership for Junior League of The Woodlands, where she works with many community partners, including Yes to Youth–Montgomery County Youth Services, The Giving Gown Foundation, and the Montgomery County Coalition Against Human Trafficking. In her personal time, Tiffany enjoys being outdoors, traveling with her husband and two young daughters, and is an active member of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.

  • Part of winning deal team for the 2009 Maryland/DC National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) “Deal of the Year”. The deal was praised for its creativity and being one that “was able to survive the effects of the credit crunch.” Inheriting the deal less than two weeks before the closing date when the predecessor contract purchaser became in need of equity financing due to issues in the debt credit markets, the deal team put together a joint venture that could close on the short time frame.
  • Part of deal team for what was at the time the largest commercial transaction in the State of Maryland, involving conversion of a synthetic lease into two bifurcated loans syndicated between two major banks.
  • Represented real estate investment trust to acquire and finance a portfolio of hundreds of assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities in a single transaction worth hundreds of millions.
  • Member of the Distressed Asset Resolution Team for Seyfarth Shaw LLP representing financial institutions in their structured finance loan workouts related to collateralized debt obligations, syndicated loans and mortgage backed securities.
  • Represented large defense contractor to negotiate their commercial leases throughout the United States and implemented a program to standardize their leasing procedures.
  • Represented public pension fund in the development of a large mixed use project in historic Union Square Manhattan.
  • Represented quasi-public corporation to make equity investments in affordable housing projects throughout the country.
  • Represented the developer of large multi-phase master planned residential community to entitle and sell lots to homebuilders.
  • Represented national homebuilders to acquire lots, construct homes and create purchase agreements to be used with all buyers.
  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2002
    • Editor-in-Chief, University of Baltimore Law Forum
  • University of Missouri-Columbia, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 1998
  • Texas
  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • The District of Columbia Bar
  • Commercial Real Estate Women D.C., Executive Committee, Membership Committee Chair (2007-2009)
  • Junior League of The Woodlands, Incoming Community Vice President
  • The Woodlands Bar Association
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Nominated for 2009 Commercial Real Estate Women DC Annual Achievement Award
  • Recent Developments: Law Forum, Housing Authority v. Bennett, Volume 31.1
  • Recent Developments: Law Forum, Cole v. State Farm, Volume 31.2