Alan M. Bergman is of counsel to the Real Estate department.
His practice focuses on multi-residential and commercial real estate together with all related business and real estate transactional matters.
Mr. Bergman was past General Counsel of America Savings & Loan as well as General Counsel to a major international real estate development and management company. Mr. Bergman has been engaged in transactions including the purchase, sale, leasing, construction and financing of real property valued in excess of 4.5 billion. He was a name partner in a Los Angeles business law firm before becoming president of a construction company engaged in residential and commercial construction. During the financial crisis in the early 1990’s Mr. Bergman was named to chair a Past Practices Investigative Committee which was involved in the investigation of Savings & Loan fraud and bad business practices on behalf of the Savings & Loan industry and the then Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) as well as the Federal Home Bank.
Mr. Bergman received his J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law and his B.A. from Rutgers University. Mr. Bergman is a member of the New Jersey Bar and was admitted to the California Bar in 1975. Mr. Bergman was born in Bayonne, New Jersey and relocated to California in 1970.
Mr. Bergman maintains a Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating of AV Preeminent.
Past Employment Positions
- Moldo Davidson Fraioli Seror & Sestanovich LLP, Los Angeles, California, Senior Counsel
- Saltzburg, Ray & Bergman, LLP, Los Angeles, California, Senior Partner