LOS ANGELES — Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM) is pleased to announce that David Sudeck and Seth Weissman, senior members of JMBM’s Real Estate department, have been recognized as 2022 “Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Professional Service Advisors” by the Los Angeles Times. This list spotlights the top commercial real estate professionals in the region who have helped businesses reach the next level of growth.
“The Firm is thrilled that these talented lawyers have been recognized by the Los Angeles Times,” said Jim Butler, Founder and Chair of JMBM’s Real Estate department and the Firm’s Global Hospitality Group®. “Their legal acumen, leadership and hard work help our clients achieve their goals in good times and bad.”
Sudeck is a seasoned deal maker with an international reputation as an expert in hospitality projects. He provides critical business and legal advice to owners and lenders in the purchase, sale, development, construction, financing, leasing, and sale-leaseback of hotel, resort and mixed-use properties, including structuring complex hotel management and branding agreements.
Weissman’s clients include real estate investment funds, family offices, developers, debt and equity providers and owner-users. These clients benefit from his practical approach to real estate acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, financing, development, construction and leasing. Weissman helps to creatively structure the real estate components of complex M&A transactions. Since January, 2020, Weissman and his dedicated team have advised clients on real estate transactions in excess of $2 Billion.
To read their profiles in the Los Angeles Times, click here.
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