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Loeb & Loeb LLP, Allen Hubsch, Los Angeles, USA

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Allen Hubsch

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Loeb & Loeb LLP

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Allen Hubsch has been a real estate lawyer for 25 years, and has experience in every significant industry sector and all facets of real estate law. He regularly represents clients in connection with purchases and sales, financings and joint ventures involving real estate, including multi-property transactions and multi-jurisdictional transactions. Mr. Hubsch advises clients on transactions within California, and those involving other states. His practice also includes representation of tenants and landlords in connection with leases of retail, industrial and other real property types. He advises clients on issues relating to commercial contracts, commercial financing, land use, taxation of real property, easements and rights of way, formation of partnerships and joint ventures, foreclosure and creditors' rights, bankruptcy issues and government contracting.

In addition to his general practice, Mr. Hubsch has developed unique experience in the entertainment, technology, energy, infrastructure, water rights and natural resources sectors.


Harvard Law School, J.D., 1988, cum laude
Duke University, B.A., 1985
summa cum laude
University of Oxford, Foreign Study, 1985

United States

Real estate

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Loeb & Loeb LLP is singled out for its ‘extremely high legal acumen and depth of market knowledge’ in relation to commercial leasing. Practice head Raymond Sanseverino and Kenneth Sold - who, for one client, are ‘two of the best real estate attorneys that service the New York market’ - handled a number of substantial leases for clients such as Brookfield Property Partners and Mitsui. Sanseverino represented BNY Mellon, as tenant, in connection with a 15-year lease of approximately 250,000 sq ft of office and retail space in the building located at One Boston Place in Boston; and Sold assisted Bank Leumi USA with the $110m sale of its fee interest in 564 Fifth Avenue and its ground leasehold interest in 562 Fifth Avenue in New York. The team also has a strong debt finance capability and, in one standout transaction, Kenneth Freeman acted for Deutsche Bank as administrative agent and lender in connection with a $1.5bn construction financing for the retail component of the Hudson Yards project in New York. All attorneys named thus far are based in New York, but the practice is also present in Los Angeles, where key players include Thomas Hanley, who stands out for his ‘knowledge and practical advice in leasing matters’; and Allen Hubsch, who joined from Hogan Lovells US LLP.

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