Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato, L.C. announced today that Managing Shareholder Hemal Master has been recognized as a minority leader of influence in a special feature by the Los Angeles Business Journal. According to the publisher, the feature profiles “those standout minority attorneys considered to be particularly impactful on the legal scene while serving as trusted advisors.” Master maintains a robust practice focusing on all aspects of lender representation, including representation of commercial banks, private equity funds, commercial finance companies, hedge funds, factors and other lenders in real estate and commercial loan transactions, commercial and real estate loan workouts, lender liability defense, and exercise and enforcement of all types of lender remedies.
In addition to his experience with the firm, Hemal completed a three-year-long secondment to a major regional bank in which he advised on hundreds of matters involving distressed debt and supervised litigation on matters in 45 different states. Master also previously served as General Counsel of the Western Independent Bankers and on the Event Planning Committee for the Special Assets Management Association. He currently serves on the Legal Affairs Committee of the California Bankers Association. and Master is a graduate of USC and Tulane Law School.
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