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Allan Goldberg

Of Cousel at Arnstein & Lehr
Chicago, Illinois
Allan Goldberg is of counsel for the Condominium & Community Association Practice Group, which he formerly co-chaired, at Arnstein & Lehr. He also is the former co-chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group (2000-2013). He concentrates his practice in the real estate area, specializing in real estate development, real estate litigation, condominium and community association law, lender representation, directors and officers liability defense litigation, and affordable housing matters on behalf of for profit and nonprofit developers and condominium converters. He regularly handles a wide range of issues on behalf of condominium and other community associations, which involves the representation of more than 500 community associations. In the area of lender representation, Mr. Goldberg is experienced in counseling major financial institutions with the structuring and implementation of complex commercial loan facilities, debt workouts, and restructurings. He also has served as an adjunct professor of law for the LLM Real Estate Law Program of John Marshall Law School in Chicago.

About Me

What publications have you contributed to?
A Comparative Analysis of the Illinois Condominium Property Act and the Uniform Condominium Act
The John Marshall Law Review

Annual Real Estate Developments Update
Southern Illinois University Law Journal


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Association Position
American College of Real Estate Lawyers Secretary of the Common Interest Ownership Committee
American College of Mortgage Attorneys Member
Chicago Mortgage Attorneys Association (past president)
Illinois Real Estate Attorneys Association (board, 1997-2000)


School Degree Graduation Year
The University of New Mexico B.A. English Language and Literature/Letters 1966
Loyola University Chicago School of Law J.D. 1969

Contact Information

Arnstein & Lehr

186 South Riverside Plaza
Suite 1200

Chicago, IL 60606