In this episode of BS: Beyond Stereotypes, George Fatheree, actual property accomplice at Sidley in Los Angeles, speaks with Merle Vaughn about main the Bruce’s Beach case, the primary land reparations granted to a Black American household, and describes the way it felt to have all the things he had labored for in his life come collectively. George talks about his humble beginnings in Chino, California, and the significance of intentionality, skilled excellence and authenticity all through his profession.
George Fatheree advises shoppers in giant and complicated actual property transactions. He additionally advises skilled sports activities groups, artists, museums, and different arts and cultural establishments throughout a variety of points and transactions. He has expertise in a broad vary of business actual property transactions, together with joint ventures, fund formations, financings, acquisitions and inclinations, leasing and actual property M&A with a deal with hospitality, industrial, multifamily, leisure venues, sports activities arenas, casinos, and vitality offers.
George was named a 2020 “California Lawyer Attorney of the Year” by the Daily Journal, in recognition of his illustration of the J. Paul Getty Trust in buying the images archives of Ebony and Jet magazines. He has been chosen for inclusion in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business within the California Real Estate class (2018-2022). He was named one in every of Real Estate Forum’s “Top 50 Real Estate Professionals Under 40” (2015) and an “Outstanding Young Lawyer” by the Los Angeles County Bar Association (2017).
George earned his J.D., cum laude, from Loyola Law School and is a Fritz B. Burns Scholar and a member of Alpha Sigma Nu. He acquired an A.B., cum laude, from Harvard University the place he studied authorities and faith.
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