Areas of Focus
Lisa Segal-Bloom is an experienced real estate transactional attorney with a creative approach to helping landlords and tenants overcome challenges that arise in complex commercial leasing transactions. Restaurateurs and department stores also rely on her counsel to execute successful restaurant and management operating agreements.
Lisa has her finger on the pulse of current real estate leasing issues. International and national luxury retailers, owners of class A office buildings, Fortune 500 companies and department stores value her ability to understand their needs and challenges. Engaged in transactions from the Letter of Intent through closing, she develops solutions that facilitate efficient and cost-effective strategies. A former litigator, Lisa has developed a strong ability to spot weaknesses and holes in leasing agreements. She raises questions to help clients prepare for unanticipated problems and solves difficult challenges in complicated business structures.
When working side by side with clients and other stakeholders, Lisa advises on all aspects of lease transactions, from structuring and reviewing proposed business terms to drafting and negotiating all related lease documents. Because she develops strong client relationships with a personal approach, clients also seek her input on key legal and business proposals.
Before she joined Davis+Gilbert, Lisa worked for other top-tier law firms, most recently DLA Piper, and she also was an in-house real estate attorney at CitiGroup.
Represented a real estate owner, manager, and developer in its lease of over 70,000 square feet of office space in Midtown Manhattan.
Represented a luxury fashion house in new leases for space in East Hampton, Honolulu, Texas and Illinois. These deals were negotiated and consummated during the COVID-19 pandemic and created a high profile presence.
Advised a luxury fashion house on its brick and mortar expansion across the United States, including a high profile building in Midtown Manhattan and at an upscale lifestyle shopping mall in Florida. These deals were negotiated and consummated in the middle of the pandemic and created a high profile presence.
Handled the amendment for catering services within a luxury department store chain's flagship store. This was a follow up to the management and operating agreement originally negotiated.
Represented an American multinational telecommunications conglomerate in leasing 200,000+ feet for their in-house groups in a mixed-used development in New York City's Lower East Side.
- New York Law School (J.D., 1993)
- Tulane University (B.A., 1990)
- New York