Loren Deters is an associate in the firm’s real estate and business transaction departments. Loren was born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree (cum laude) in Economics from the University of California, Irvine in 1991, and his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) in 1994. While attending law school Loren was an Editor for the International Tax and Business Lawyer.
In his real estate practice, Loren advises and serves master developers, builders and individuals in connection with the purchase, leasing, encumbrance, entitlement, development and sale of real property. Loren regularly advises clients regarding: purchase and sale agreements, leases, deeds, deeds of trust, easements, licenses, title matters, finance matters, tract maps, lot line adjustments, infrastructure agreements and development agreements and other such agreements.
In his business practice, Loren advises and serves individuals and corporate clients in the formation, acquisition, governance and dissolution of business entities and the purchase, management and disposition of business interests, tangible and intangible assets, and real estate. Loren regularly advises clients regarding: corporate, limited liability company and partnership formations and sales, shareholders’ agreements, corporate governance, entity dissolution and termination, asset purchase and sale agreements, employment agreements and other business contracts.
Loren is admitted to practice before the State Bar of California as well as the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Loren, his wife, and three children are active puppy raisers for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
B.A., Economics, University of California, Irvine, 1991 (cum laude)
J.D., University of California (Boalt Hall), 1994
State Bar of California
REAL ESTATE PRACTICE AREAS
Purchases and Sales of Real Property Interests
Lot Line Adjustments
BUSINESS PRACTICE AREAS
Purchase and Sale of Entities and Assets
Formation and Dissolution of Entities
Borrowing and Lending