Edward A. Bloom is Chair of Offit Kurman’s Real Estate Law and Transactions Practice Group. With over 32 years of experience, his practice is primarily concentrated on real estate development, real estate leasing, real estate workouts on foreclosure, real estate litigation, real estate and corporate lending, leasing, licensing, succession planning, company formation, corporate and transactional matters.
He counsels developers, owners and users on acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, financing and development projects. He has extensive experience on all types of lease matters, regularly representing tenants in the negotiation of leases from 5,000 to 100,000 square feet in size. In addition, Mr. Bloom represents numerous non-profit entities and commercial contractors on their real estate development and leasing requirements.
Mr. Bloom has drafted and negotiated many work agreements for tenant build-out in connection with leasing matters. He has represented lenders, borrowers and asset portfolio purchasers on loan workouts, restructurings and foreclosures. Mr. Bloom represents several of the largest commercial subcontractors in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area on corporate, real estate, financing and succession planning matters.
He has formed numerous corporate entities of all types, regularly representing corporate clients on acquisitions, expansions and mergers. Mr. Bloom also assists corporate clients and their principals on corporate structure, software licensing and succession.
The 2010-2019 Best Lawyers in America ranked Mr. Bloom as a top lawyer practicing in Real Estate Law. Prior to entering private practice from 1984-1988, Mr. Bloom served four years as in-house counsel to a real estate development company in the Washington, D.C. area.
- American University, Washington College of Law, J.D., 1983
- American University, B.S. (cum laude), 1980
- District of Columbia
- New York
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