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Guggenheim Named a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers

Los Angeles, CA – Mintz is pleased to announce that Daniel B. Guggenheim has been elected as a Fellow by the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL), a premier organization of distinguished, nationally known real estate lawyers in the United States admitted by invitation only.

Mr. Guggenheim represents private equity fund managers, real estate companies, family offices, and institutional investors in connection with commercial real estate joint ventures and other partnerships, financings, acquisitions, and dispositions. He is also a lecturer in law at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, where he teaches the course on real estate joint ventures between capital partners and sponsors.

ACREL admits fellows only after a rigorous screening process, based on “outstanding legal ability, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of real estate law.” Fellows are required to have at least 10 years of distinguished practice, writing, lecturing and pro bono service in real estate law.

Mintz has represented both domestic and international clients in sophisticated, large-scale real estate transactions for decades. The firm’s Real Estate Practice is comprised of over 30 attorneys and senior professionals located in the firm’s Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco offices. The Real Estate Practice serves a broad spectrum of client needs relating to project development and permitting, leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, communications and data centers, construction contracting, corporate facilities development and finance, institutional finance and joint ventures, foreclosures, workouts and restructurings, public and private partnerships, real estate funds, and sale-leasebacks. The firm's national and local clients include landlords and tenants whom we advise on all aspects of leasing and corporate facilities transactions; individual and institutional owners and developers of shopping center, office, industrial, and commercial projects; and developers and other property owners in complex financial structuring and restructuring transactions.

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