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Alon Lagstein Joins Carlton Fields’ Real Estate and Commercial Finance Group in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, CA – Alon Lagstein has joined Carlton Fields’ national real estate and commercial finance group in Los Angeles as of counsel. He was most recently a partner at Lapin & Lagstein in Beverly Hills.

Lagstein represents owners, operators, tenants, landlords, borrowers, lenders, investors, and developers in commercial and residential real estate matters, focusing his practice on acquisition and disposition, leasing, financing, and joint ventures. He represents a wide range of clients, including high net worth individuals and family offices, startups, private equity firms, financial institutions, and project sponsors.

“We are excited to welcome Alon to the team as we continue the strategic growth of our presence in Southern California,” said Steven Weisburd, managing shareholder of the firm’s Los Angeles office. “Alon’s demonstrated legal skill and practical approach to lawyering will provide immense and immediate value to our clients.”

In addition to real estate, Lagstein represents clients in the renewable energy, hospitality, health care, entertainment, and media industries. With institutional knowledge earned over years at both international firms and boutiques, he is able to provide efficient and effective representation on matters large and small regardless of industry.

“With its national footprint, world-class institutional real estate team, and can-do attitude, I am confident Carlton Fields is the right place to build on the strengths of my practice,” said Lagstein. “The firm’s stellar reputation and expert attorneys are resources I am eager to contribute to.”

Lagstein earned his J.D. from UCLA School of Law and his B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley.


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