Josh J. Reinert concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, corporate, finance and commercial law.

Josh represents a wide variety of national, regional and community banks and other institutional lenders in connection with their financing matters. He has negotiated and documented both real estate and commercial and industrial loans for these lenders. Josh has worked on numerous types of loans and loan-related matters, including construction loans, permanent loans, bridge loans, syndicated loans, mezzanine loans and letters of credit. He has experience with multistate, multi-asset real estate loans, term and revolving loans secured by business assets, and loans secured in whole or in part by equity interests and other atypical collateral. He also has significant experience with loan restructurings, workouts, and foreclosures for both real estate and personal property collateral.

Josh also represents buyers and sellers of real estate and has experience with landlord/tenant matters. He has assisted clients in connection with equity investments in private companies. Josh has worked on numerous transactions involving tax credits or other development incentives, including new markets tax credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits, low income housing tax credits and tax-exempt bonds. Recently, he assisted a company obtain and secure a variety of state and local incentives in connection with the construction of a multi-million dollar manufacturing facility in the State of Missouri.

In addition, Josh has worked on a broad array of general corporate and finance matters. He has also worked on matters involving entrepreneurial and start-up ventures.


Saint Louis University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2002;

  • Lead Editor and Staff Member of The Saint Louis University Law Journal

Wake Forest University, B.A., English and History, Magna Cum Laude, 1996

  • Best Lawyers – “The Best Lawyers in America” (2020-present)
    • Banking and Finance Law
    • Commercial Finance Law
    • Commercial Transactions / UCC Law
    • Real Estate Law
Publications & Presentations
  • Comment: Tax Increment Financing in Missouri: Is It Time for Blight and But-For to Go? 45 St. Louis L.J. 1019 (2001)