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Brandon P Reiner



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Brandon P Reiner

Bio

Brandon Reiner is an associate in Tannenbaum Helpern's real estate, construction and environmental law practice, focusing on sales, acquisitions, leasing, joint ventures and financing of both commercial and residential properties. Additionally, Brandon drafts, reviews and negotiates a wide array of construction contracts for owners, contractors and professionals.

Prior to joining the firm, Brandon worked in the legal department of a public benefit corporation that funds multi-family affordable housing through the use of bonds and tax-credits. While at the corporation, he worked on deals that funded both new development and preservation of existing buildings, as well as Hurricane Sandy recovery and resiliency financings. Brandon also drafted and reviewed contracts for a boutique law firm, which represents companies in corporate and real estate matters.

Areas of Focus:

  • Real Estate
  • Construction

Education:

College:

  • University of Wisconsin, BBA Finance; Real Estate, 2010

Law School:

  • Fordham University School of Law, JD, 2013

Memberships:

Professional:

  • NYSBA

Bar Admissions:

  • New York
  • New Jersey
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