Real Estate Attorney Dan Teitelbaum Joins Blackacre

LOS ANGELES, February 5, 2018

Blackacre LLP today announced the addition of real estate transactional attorney Dan Teitelbaum as a Partner. Teitelbaum will reunite with Daniel Brozost, his former colleague and collaborator at their prior firm.

Teitelbaum’s practice focuses on real estate transactions, placing a specific focus on commercial leasing, acquisitions, dispositions, financing and construction.

“I’m so excited to see Dan join our team,” Brozost said. “Dan’s broad commercial leasing experience representing both landlords and tenants spans across virtually all asset classes. He also has significant experience representing private equity funds, developers, family offices and high-net-worth individuals on real estate matters involving a diverse array of asset types, including creative office, industrial, and multi-family residential properties.”

Teitelbaum says he looks forward to servicing his clients through Blackacre’s disruptive, fixed-price billing structure.

“The flat-fee billing model is the way of the future,” says Teitelbaum, a Santa Monica resident who obtained his B.S. at the University of Southern California, attended law school at UC Berkeley, and then worked in the Chicago and Los Angeles offices of Pircher, Nichols & Meeks LLP, and most recently at the Century City office of Raines Feldman LLP.

“A lot of my clients are paying legal fees out of their pocket for properties which comprise a substantial portion of their net worth,” Teitelbaum added. “They appreciate and rightfully expect to have unbridled access to their attorney, transparent pricing and not be dinged $50 for a two-minute phone call.”

Blackacre LLP represents clients in a wide variety of real estate transactions, including real property acquisitions and dispositions, leases, brokerage matters, property management matters and financing. Clients include national and regional restaurants and retailers, real estate brokerages, investment funds and trusts, developers, syndicators and high-net-worth individuals.

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