Greg Yaris

Tel: 310.553.3900
greg.yaris@flpllp.com


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Mr. Yaris is a real estate lawyer with more than 35 years of extremely varied and extensive transactional experience.

His clients include:

  • Home builders in all aspects of residential development, including the purchase, subdivision, development and sale of real property throughout California and the western United States;
  • The Resolution Trust Corporation in its workout, foreclosure and disposition of some of the largest parcels of real property (both developed and undeveloped) in Southern California;
  • Commercial clients in the acquisition and disposition of hotels, office buildings, shopping centers and apartment buildings throughout Southern California;
  • Businesses in the purchase and/or leasing of industrial properties throughout Southern California;
  • Major financial institutions in new real estate secured loans and loan workouts and has also represented borrowers in new loans and workout negotiations with financial institutions;
  • Both large property managers and tenants in office, industrial and shopping center leasing; and
  • Buyers, Sellers, Landlords, Tenants, Lenders and Borrowers with respect to environmental problems.

Mr. Yaris is a 1982 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. He has worked as an associate with Loeb & Loeb and Rifkind, Sterling & Levin and was a partner for 11 years in the real estate department of Jeffer Mangels, Butler & Marmaro.

Mr. Yaris is a real estate lawyer with more than 35 years of extremely varied and extensive transactional experience.

His clients include:

  • Home builders in all aspects of residential development, including the purchase, subdivision, development and sale of real property throughout California and the western United States;
  • The Resolution Trust Corporation in its workout, foreclosure and disposition of some of the largest parcels of real property (both developed and undeveloped) in Southern California;
  • Commercial clients in the acquisition and disposition of hotels, office buildings, shopping centers and apartment buildings throughout Southern California;
  • Businesses in the purchase and/or leasing of industrial properties throughout Southern California;
  • Major financial institutions in new real estate secured loans and loan workouts and has also represented borrowers in new loans and workout negotiations with financial institutions;
  • Both large property managers and tenants in office, industrial and shopping center leasing; and
  • Buyers, Sellers, Landlords, Tenants, Lenders and Borrowers with respect to environmental problems.

Mr. Yaris is a 1982 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. He has worked as an associate with Loeb & Loeb and Rifkind, Sterling & Levin and was a partner for 11 years in the real estate department of Jeffer Mangels, Butler & Marmaro.