Andrew Weisberg is an associate in O’Melveny’s Los Angeles office who specializes in litigation involving commercial real estate and real estate developments. He has also handled a wide range of other complex matters, including contract disputes, white collar defense, consumer class actions, and corporate internal investigations.
Andrew’s real estate litigation experience includes successes in arbitration and before trial:
- Obtained arbitration victory involving dispute over management of large residential real estate construction project, resulting in full reinstatement of client’s profit participation interest and award of attorney’s fees.
- Defended tenant manufacturer in leasehold dispute over building modifications and tenant improvements, leading to settlement more than 90% below landlord’s initial demand.
- Defending tenant in dispute over assignment of leasehold interest in commercial retail center.
- Defending seller in dispute over sale of large tract of land to developer.
- Defending seller in dispute related to sale of high-value residential property.
Andrew also maintains an active pro bono practice. Since joining O’Melveny, Andrew has successfully defended low-income tenants from eviction and extracted a favorable settlement from an “immigration consultant” who defrauded two recent immigrants to the United States.
Before attending law school, Andrew taught seventh- and eighth-grade history in New Orleans through the Teach for America program. Andrew also worked as a sales consultant at a Ford dealership in St. Louis, Missouri, where he was one of its leading salesmen.
- US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
- US District Court, California Central
- Washington University, B.A., Philosophy/Political Science, 2010
- University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2015
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