P.J. Javaheri is founding partner of ThruLaw, P.C., a boutique personal injury law firm (www.ThruLaw.com), as well as Disability Center of America (formerly known as California Disabiltiy Rights Center) that handles social security, disability and special education claims for claimants throughout California (www.DisabilityCenterofAmerica.com) and www.CaliforniaDisabilityRights.org).
P. J. Javaheri is also an attorney with Juris Law Group (www.jurislawgroup.com) and has been practicing corporate and real estate law since 2005, when he joined Winston & Strawn, LLP, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious international multi-practice law firms.
Mr. Javaheri concentrates his practice on representing companies of all sizes and major corporations. He currently serves as outside general counsel to many food processors, including Golden West Food Group, Inc., Golden West Trading, Inc. and Completely Fresh Foods, Inc. In his role as general counsel, he has negotiated and secured several national license agreements.
Mr. Javaheri received a B.A. in Political Science, with honors, and a B.A. in Psychology, cum laude, from the University of California at Irvine. He received a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 2005, where he was a member of the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal and co-founder and executive managing editor of the Hastings Business Law Journal. After graduating, Mr. Javaheri joined Winston & Strawn, LLP.
Mr. Javaheri is a contributing author of “Single-Purpose Entities in U.S. Real Estate Transactions: Are they Worth the Hassle?” which was published in Briefings in Real Estate Finance, and a contributing author of “After a Default — Working the Alternatives,” which was published in the ABA Section of Business Law, Practical Resources for the Business Lawyer.
About Pejman Javaheri
Admitted: 2005, California
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Scholarly Lectures and Writings:
- At a time when landlords are credit-crunched and strapped for cash, they may find it difficult to complete tenant-improvement work, resulting in late delivery of the premises to the tenant., Delivery Delays Complicate Leasing, California Real Estate Journal, California Real Estate Journal
- The AIR Commercial Real Estate Association, whose contract forms have been the industry standard for 50 years, has debuted a users manual that explains in plain English every paragraph within each form., Forms and Functions - AIR's new user manual explains widely used forms to brokers, California Real Estate Journal, California Real Estate Journal
- As available credit tightens and asset values decline, it will become increasingly difficult for borrowers to keep debt service payments current and repay existing indebtedness at maturity, whether via refinancing of that indebtedness or selling the underlying real property asset. As these borrowers default on their loan obligations, what happens? This article presents a brief review of some of the factors that lenders consider following a loan default., Contributing Author, “After a Default — Working the Alternatives”, ABA Section of Business Law, Practical Resources for the Business Lawyer
- Single-purpose entities (SPEs), also referred to interchangeably as single-asset entities or special-purpose entities, are much maligned modern real estate transactions. In financing, lenders require SPEs, seeming to hold out the presence of an SPE as a talisrnan that will ward off all future evil, while borrowers complain about the upfront and long-term costs of complying with the lender's requirements. In a purchase and sale agreement, a buyer struggles to obtain representations and warranties that survive the closing, and then must face the added challenge of negotiating for recourse to an entity that will not have any assets once the property is sold and the cash distributed. Yet, that same buyer, wearing the hat of the landlord in a lease, willingly accepts the benefits of holding title to a building in an SPE while seeking guaranties from would-be tenants who fail to bring the proverbial 'deep pocket' to the table. But all of them - landlord, tenant and lender alike - will welcome the protections of SPE ownership when a 'slip and fall' plaintiff commences litigation against anyone and everyone imaginable.
The reputation of the SPE was not helped by the association of SPEs with many of the abuses attributed to certain transaction structures now eternally linked to Enron. Yet, Enron and its advisors did not invent the SPE; SPEs have long played myriad roles in real estate transactions in the USA. This paper aims to provide a brief overview of some primary advantages and disadvantages of using SPEs in US real estate transactions.
, Contributing Author, “Single-Purpose Entities in U.S. Real Estate Transactions: Are they Worth the Hassle?” , Briefings in Real Estate Finance
- The lawyers and staff members at ThruLaw understand the unique situations each client endures on a personal level. We know there are a lot of emotional and physical concerns associated with a personal injury case. Therefore, we are committed to providing the personal service our clients and their families deserve in their time of need. We act as advocates and counselors on our client’s behalf and try to reduce the stress they are enduring., ThruLaw Blog
- Mr. Javaheri received a B.A. in Political Science, with honors, and a B.A. in Psychology, cum laude, from the University of California at Irvine. He received a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 2005, where he was a member of the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal and co-founder and executive managing editor of the Hastings Business Law Journal. After graduating, Mr. Javaheri joined Winston & Strawn, LLP.