Brian J. Danzig Joins Gordon Thomas Honeywell as Partner and Chair, Seattle Real Estate Group
SEATTLE, April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP is pleased to announce that Brian Danzig has joined its Seattle office as Partner and Chair of the Seattle Real Estate Group.
Brian brings over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate, finance, and business transactions. He has a wide variety of complex real estate investment, development, and leasing experience for diverse types of commercial properties, and represents lenders and borrowers in finance transactions, loan workouts, and note purchase and sale transactions.
"We are excited to have Brian join our team," said William Holt, Managing Partner, Gordon Thomas Honeywell. "This represents another effort by the Firm to expand the depth and breadth of our existing Real Estate Practice and our services to our clients."
Prior to joining Gordon Thomas Honeywell, Brian was the principal of Danzig Law Firm, and he practiced at Lane Powell; Foster Pepper; and Steefel, Levitt & Weiss in San Francisco. He is a sought after speaker at local, regional, and national conferences addressing various topics in commercial real estate, finance, note sale, and business transactions, and he frequently writes on those and other topics.
Brian may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-676-7500.
Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP, founded in 1894, is a full-service law firm, with offices in Seattle and Tacoma, representing clients throughout the Pacific Northwest and the U.S. in various areas of practice and industries, among them: Business Transactions & Advice, Employment Law, Energy and Renewable Energy, Environment & Natural Resources, Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution, Real Estate & Land Use, Employee Rights & Discrimination, Estate Planning, Injuries & Wrongful Death, Governmental Affairs, Associations & Nonprofits, Banking & Finance, Health Care, Construction, Insurance, Media, Municipalities & Municipal Entities, and Ports. For more information, visit www.gth-law.com.
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