By Joshua Burd
Rivkin Radler LLP has bolstered its practice in New Jersey with the addition of a longtime commercial real estate attorney.
The firm, which has an office in Hackensack, announced Tuesday that Khoren Bandazian has joined its team as a partner in its real estate, zoning and land use practice group. He practices in all areas of commercial real estate acquisition, financing, leasing, development and sales, while also serving as counsel to lenders in connection with their real estate and asset-based lending.
The announcement by Evan H. Krinick, the managing partner of the Uniondale, New York-based firm, also highlighted Bandazian’s experience in distressed asset acquisitions and sales, including debt instrument acquisitions. The firm noted that he is active in community association law, serving both as a board member and to represent developers and associations in connection with the formation and management of community associations.
Bandazian also has extensive experience in counseling businesses and has represented clients ranging on issues from trademark infringement to corporate divorce, according to a news release. He earned his law degree from Pace University and is licensed to practice in New Jersey and New York.
The Old Tappan resident is an active leader in the greater New York Armenian community, seeking to improve the lives of the people living in Armenia, the news release said. He has previously served as chairman of the Armenia Fund USA Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to economic and infrastructure development in Armenia.