Dana Sack is a partner of Sack Rosendin LLP. Thirty-four years’ experience as a successful transactional attorney and supervision and management of litigation.
Transactional experience: Including structuring, negotiating, drafting and closing a wide range of contracts, including impacts of bankruptcy law, hazardous substances laws, secured transaction laws, securities laws, and federal and state taxation.
Real Estate Acquisitions: Representation of buyers and sellers of raw land for development of residential subdivisions, multi-family residential projects, shopping centers and industrial parks.
Representation of buyers and sellers of existing subdivisions, apartments, shopping centers and commercial and industrial buildings.
Structuring and forming the purchasing entity, preparation of private placement memoranda and subscription documents, and qualifying such entities and offerings for securities law exemptions.
Negotiating and drafting all aspects of option agreements, purchase agreements and exchange agreements: including contingencies and milestones for obtaining governmental development approvals and financing, hazardous substance investigation and abatement, and bankruptcy or non-performance of necessary third parties. Tax-free (deferred) exchanges.
Negotiating and drafting secured transaction documentation: including all of the above aspects of deeds of trust, guaranties, letters of credits, and bond financing and certificates of participation.
Land use approvals: including CEQA compliance, general plan amendments and specific plans, PD permits, development agreements, vesting subdivision maps, subdivisions, and CC&Rs and owners associations.
Closings: Getting all parties to sign the contracts, execute and deliver all necessary documents and funds, and get the transaction closed and completed.
Real Estate Leasing: Shopping center and other commercial leasing, principally representing owners and managers. Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Knowledgeable on all current leasing issues including CAM expenses and limitations, responsibility for ADA improvements, asbestos abatement and other governmental impositions, and premises liability for third party acts (crimes and torts).
- California, 1980
- U.S. District Court Northern District of California, 1981
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of California, 1992
- U.S. District Court Central District of California
- U.S. Supreme Court, 1987
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, California, J.D. – 1980
- Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, China, A.B.- 1976
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- American Bar Association, Member
- Alameda County Bar Association, Member
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