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Transactions and Real Estate

 

Page Leader: Jeffrey A. Schneider

Jeffrey A. Schneider counsels clients in connection with business and real estate matters and negotiates and documents complex business and real estate transactions. Mr. Schneider's practice has a particular emphasis in financing transactions, real estate transactions, and franchise matters. He also is SWSS's lead trademark partner in the transactional department. For over seven years, Mr. Schneider has been an adjunct law professor at California Western School of Law, and he instructs practicing attorneys, as well as other professionals, on behalf of the National Business Institute, CEB, and various Bar Associations.

Graduating with honors from Stanford University, Mr. Schneider went on to graduate from Stanford Law School in 1989, where he was Associate Editor of the Stanford Law Review and Vice President of the Law Students Association. He is Co-Author of the law school textbook, 'Business Franchise Law: Cases and Materials'. Since 1988, Mr. Schneider has been a licensed real estate broker, and in 1993, he began running a nonprofit corporation which develops housing for the mentally-ill homeless. He served two years as co-chair of the San Diego County Bar's Real Property Section. For several consecutive years, Mr. Schneider has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyers Program, as well as many California State Bar pro bono awards. He is admitted to practice law in the State of California.

 

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