Jennifer R. Berland

Jennifer R. Berland

Partner

Expertise

  • Real Estate
  • Corporate
  • Health Care
  • Financial Services

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Hanson Bridgett LLP
California, U.S.A.

Profile

Jennifer specializes in real estate acquisition work, finance, development, leasing, management and disposition matters, as well as other general corporate work.

Jennifer represents a variety of clients, including developers, senior and retirement care communities, hospitals and medical office owners, common interest and condominium developers, non-profit entities, and large institutional investors.

Bar Admissions

  • California

Education

J.D., cum laude, University of San Francisco School of Law (2001)
B.A., Law and Society, University of California, Santa Barbara (1997)
Areas of Practice

Corporate | Financial Services | Health Care | Real Estate | Senior Housing and Care | Shopping Centers

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

32 property sale and operational leaseback transaction for a total purchase price of $238,000,000

$144,000,000 loan restructuring transaction involving 31 properties nationwide

Ten property acquisition for a total purchase price of $54,000,000

$40,000,000 mezzanine financing transaction

Negotiated complex joint venture agreement for development of properties in the Southeastern United States

Represented a developer in connection with a $140,000,000 construction loan and development project

Represented national clients as special counsel in California, providing all necessary real estate due diligence and opinions



Professional Associations

  • Bar Association of San Francisco
  • California Assisted Living Association (CALA)
  • American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA)
  • National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care IndustryĆ¢??s (NIC) Future Leaders Council (FLC)
Articles

"The Art of Credit Crunch Negotiations—Practical advice for borrowers at both ends of the spectrum" The Registry (February 2008)

"The Fourth Amendment and the Community Caretaking Exception", 35 USF L. Rev. 135 (2001)