Gregory M. Marsh is Senior Counsel in Sklar Kirsh’s Real Estate Department. Greg has over 20 years of experience handling a variety of real estate and business transactions for individuals and small to large businesses. Greg prides himself on carefully applying his extensive experience to help clients recognize and resolve business and legal issues.
As an indigenous Angeleno, Greg has established strong roots throughout Southern California. Greg received his undergraduate degree from UCLA in 1991, and then attended Loyola Law School where he obtained his JD in 1994. After law school, Greg spent a decade handling litigation and some transactional matters involving real estate, business disputes, employment, and family law. Greg has since worked exclusively as a transactional attorney primarily for real estate related matters. Prior to joining Sklar Kirsh, Greg was an associate in the real estate departments of Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro LLP, and then Resch Polster & Burger, LLP. He then formed his own partnership, Rosenthal & Marsh, LLP, where he serviced clients in an array of transactional matters for over a decade. Most recently, Greg was a partner in the real estate and corporate departments of CKR Law, LLP.
Some of Greg’s notable experience includes:
When not working Greg loves spending time with his wife and children. He also enjoys engaging in almost any form of physical activity (golf, gym, running), wine tasting, and movies.
"I have worked with Sklar Kirsh on more than 20 transactions and they always provide outstanding service, are consistently responsive, and possess strong legal and business knowledge. Protecting the client is their top priority, while they simultaneously appreciate the need to be flexible and fluid in a transaction. Sklar Kirsh brings a deep network of relationships and wealth of experience to each transaction. I especially appreciate their ability to look at a deal from both a legal perspective as well as an investor's."
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