- Pace University School of Law, J.D.
- Northeastern University, B.S.
- New Jersey , 1996
- New York, 1995
Khoren Bandazian practices in all areas of commercial real estate acquisition, financing, leasing, development and sales. He also serves as counsel to lenders in connection with their real estate and asset-based lending. He has experience in distressed asset acquisitions and sales, including debt instrument acquisitions. He is active in the practice of community association law, serving both as a board member and in representing developers and associations in connection with the formation and management of community associations.
Khoren has extensive experience in counseling businesses, from formation and drafting of partnership and shareholder agreements to liquidation and other disposition of corporate assets. He has represented clients ranging on issues from trademark infringement to corporate divorce. He works with his clients to achieve a business solution first, while always protecting their legal rights.
Khoren is an active leader in the Greater New York Armenian community, donating his time to improve the lives of the people living in Armenia. He serves as Chairman of the Armenia Fund USA, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to economic and infrastructure development in Armenia.
He has spoken on “Real Estate at Auction” for the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, and his article, “How to Ensure Marketable Title from a Receiver Sale,” was published in Multi-Housing News.
Assistant: Patricia Phillips