Ted M. Handel has joined Haight Brown & Bonesteel’s Los Angeles office as a partner in the Business Solutions and Construction Law practice groups.  He has more than twenty years of experience advising corporations, real estate developers, and nonprofit organizations.  Prior to joining Haight, Handel was a partner at Koletsky, Mancini, Feldman & Morrow.

“With his broad and extensive experience in corporate law and real estate transactions, Ted brings a wealth of knowledge to the firm and offers a valuable resource to our clients,” says Managing Partner S. Christian Stouder.”

Handel represents real estate clients in all facets of commercial, mixed use, and multi-family projects, including acquiring and developing properties and closing construction and permanent financing, with both private and public loans.  Handel’s corporate practice involves establishing all forms of business entities.  In addition, he also advises charitable organizations in qualifying for tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service and on corporate governance issues.

“I am exceptionally pleased by the opportunity to join Haight, especially given the reputation its earned over the past seventy-five years as one of California’s leading law firms,” said Handel.  “I look forward to continuing my representation of mid-size to large businesses and real estate developers, as well as helping support nonprofit clients in continuing to provide essential services needed by our communities, ” he said.

Handel serves on the Editorial Board of Los Angeles Lawyer and has authored several articles for the publication.  He is a member of the State Bar of California’s Real Property and Business Law sections and the American Bar Association’s Affordable Housing Forum.



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