Sheldon Berger
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Sheldon Berger, through his professional corporation, is Of Counsel to the Firm. Mr. Berger received his undergraduate education from the University of Pittsburgh in 1971, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh (cum laude) in 1974, where he earned the distinction of Order of the Coif. Mr. Berger is a member of the Beverly Hills, Century City, Los Angeles County (Real Property Section) and American Bar Associations (Real Property Section; Financing Subcommittee), and is admitted to the State Bar of California.

Mr. Berger specializes in real estate law, including acquisitions, sales, private placement and syndication, construction transactions, joint ventures, financing, leasing and subdivision. He has expertise with respect to development, financing, leasing, operation, acquisition and disposition of mobile home parks, office buildings, apartment complexes, subsidized housing and shopping centers. In addition, Mr. Berger has represented a number of other business enterprises in their organization and general corporate matters, including acquisitions, sales and mergers.

Mr. Berger has been a lecturer for the California Continuing Education of the Bar on current developments in real property law, with emphasis on financing, sales and tax issues. Mr. Berger is the author of the California summary in a 50-state compendium of mechanics’ lien laws, and the co-author of the real estate section of Eighteen Chapters on American Law (1993), a Taiwanese publication.