George Dingeldein has joined Landye Bennett Blumstein as a partner in the firm’s real estate and business law practices. With an extensive knowledge of the real estate and construction industries, George helps clients during acquisitions, leasing, financing, contracts and joint ventures, among other real estate matters. George’s approach to serving clients is based on mutual trust and guidance: His relationships in the real estate market help George position his clients for success.
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