Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Real Estate Practice Ranked Among Best in Illinois by Chambers USA for Fourth Consecutive Year
June 1, 2012
CHICAGO – Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC is pleased to announce that for the fourth consecutive year, its Real Estate & Finance Practice has been recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Guide to Lawyers for Business, as among the best in Illinois. In addition, three of the firm’s attorneys, partners Brian Kozminski, David Berzon and Tom Jaros were recognized individually for their outstanding legal work. The directory, known for its independent and objective research process, is a sought-after guide by business leaders selecting legal counsel. It is available at www.chambersandpartners.com.
In recognizing Levenfeld Pearlstein this year, Chambers elevated the firm’s position in the rankings and noted that its clients said, “They handle sophisticated work, represent their clients well and are always a pleasure to deal with.” Chambers included one enthusiastic client’s praise for Berzon: “He's just gone above and beyond what would be reasonably asked for to help us.” Similarly, Chambers highlighted praise for Kozminski: “His strengths are his quick response and turnaround times, quality drafting and solid negotiating skills.” Clients of Jaros revealed: “We love working with him. Fantastic service, great advice, and he could not be more responsive. He sets the bar high for other firms.”
Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Real Estate & Finance Practice Group provides a broad range of legal proficiency, experience and practical knowledge in all facets related to real property transactions. The firm represents a wide range of clients throughout the United States who are involved in an array of real estate transactions, such as development, construction, investment, leasing and operation of real estate. Its clients include lenders and borrowers in construction, permanent, and mezzanine loans. Levenfeld Pearlstein also acts as Midwest counsel for many institutional real estate clients, particularly with regard to leasing projects, including office buildings, industrial facilities, hotels, golf courses, manufactured housing communities, retail shopping centers, complex condominium projects, and multifamily housing.