Norman D. Sloan

Attorney

Norman D. Sloan practices real property and entity law, representing individuals and companies active in a broad range of real estate activities throughout the United States.  Additionally, he has represented foreign investors in their U.S. real property transactions. 

Mr. Sloan has served as a member of the Partnerships and Unincorporated Business Organizations Committee of the Business Law Section, The State Bar of California, and he was a member of the drafting committee for the Report on Legal Opinions Concerning California Partnerships issued by the Business Law Section of The State Bar of California.  Mr. Sloan co authored an article titled “Form Your Own REIT,” published in The Real Estate Finance Journal (Spring 1994).

Mr. Sloan is pro bono legal counsel to The Israel Air Force Center Foundation and a member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, a Washington-based non-partisan organization formed to advocate on behalf of a strong U.S. military, a robust national security policy, and a strong U.S. security relationship with Israel and other like-minded allies.

Education

J.D., Loyola Law School, 1973.
B.S., California State University, Business Administration, 1970.

Bar & Professional Memberships

The State Bar of California.
United States Supreme Court.
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.
United States District Court, Central District of California.
United States Tax Court.
Partnerships and Unincorporated Business Organizations Committee, Business Law Section, 1994-1997.

Practice Areas

Real Estate