Miami, Florida 33131
Al Quentel joined Greenberg Traurig in 1971 as a named principal in the firm. He was born in Miami, and is a fourth-generation Floridian.
Quentel helped write Florida's first condominium statute (enacted 1963) as part of a three-law firm-team hired by Arvida Corporation, pioneered the concept of two-unit condominiums to facilitate separate ownerships in mixed use projects, established as-built outdoor living area easements to facilitate siting of zero-lot-line homes, and developed strategies to save Florida taxes.
For about 20 years, Quentel concentrated on representing pension funds, including five state funds, in real estate equity purchases and sales, real estate lending, and occasional real estate borrowing. Transactions took place in 16 states.
|Areas of Practice||1) Real Estate|
|Law School||LL.B., with honors, University of Florida College of Law, 1959, replaced by J.D.|
|Education||B.A., University of Florida, 1956|
|Bar Member / Association||State bar of Florida|
|Most recent firm||Greenberg Traurig LLP|
Anthony Ciasulli is a senior counsel in Morgan Lewis's Real Estate Practice. Mr. Ciasulli represents both developers and lenders in connection with commercial, residential, industrial and resort real estate.
Brian M. Jazaeri is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Litigation Practice. Mr. Jazaeri represents clients in complex commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on class action matters and financial services, healthcare and technology litigation.