If an individual contracts COVID-19 after visiting a specific property, and the exposure of the COVID-19 is traced to that specific property, who is liable to the individual?
Amer Lakhani is a transactional associate in Miller Starr Regalia’s Walnut Creek office. His practice focuses on commercial real estate matters, including leases, acquisitions and dispositions for office, retail, restaurant, multi-family and warehouse spaces. He also facilitates transactions by performing due diligence investigations and assisting with obtaining third party approvals. He is also experienced in drafting SNDAs, estoppels, amendments, CC&Rs, and financing documents for commercial real estate transactions.
Amer is also a certified public accountant (inactive license).
J.D., University of California, Davis School of Law (2011)
- Executive Editor, Business Law Journal
- Research Editor, Journal of International Law and Policy
- Public Service Law Program Certificate
B.A., University of California, Davis - International Relations, with honors (2007)
B.S., University of California, Davis - Managerial Economics (2007)
- Outstanding UC Davis Senior Award Winner (2006-2007)
Alameda County Bar Association
Contra Costa County Bar Association
International Council of Shopping Centers
San Francisco Bar Association
“Landlord Leasing Fraud: The Orozco Case And Its Implications For Leasing Lawyers And Their Clients,” Miller & Starr Real Estate Newsalert, Volume 30, No. 1, September 2019
If a tenant receives a verbal assurance from a landlord while negotiating a lease, and the assurance is not written in the lease, does the tenant have any recourse if the assurance turns out to be false?
Amer Lakhani Joins Miller Starr Regalia As An Associate In The Firm’s Real Estate Transactional Department
Miller Starr Regalia (MSR), a preeminent California real estate law firm for more than 50 years, announced today that Amer Lakhani is joining the firm’s Walnut Creek office as an associate in its Transactional Department.