Andrew S. Kasmen
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Andrew S. Kasmen is a corporate and real estate attorney and entrepreneur. Mr. Kasmen serves as a strategic advisor, advocate and negotiator for his clients on all matters, and prioritizes being part of his client’s team, rather than just a consultant.
Mr. Kasmen primarily practices in all aspects of real estate law, including commercial leasing, acquisitions and sales of real property, and other transactional matters. He has experience negotiating development agreements, easement agreements and agreements concerning covenants and restrictions for developers, property owners and tenants.
Mr. Kasmen also concentrates his practice in counseling public and private corporations and other enterprises in simple and complex business transactions. He assists clients with corporate and contract issues, advising on day-to-day legal matters, including governance issues, entity selection and contract negotiations. He helps clients in the formation of corporations, limited liability companies, and other investment and operating entities.
In addition, Mr. Kasmen represents a number of the largest title insurance companies in the country in coverage and recovery matters. Prior to joining Obermayer, Mr. Kasmen established and operated a successful law practice concentrating in all aspects of commercial litigation, corporate and transactional matters, employment and real estate law. While operating his own practice, he also served as general counsel and human resources director for a 75-employee billing, payment processing, and software company operating in the United States and Canada with more than 1,800 clients, billing more than 110,000 accounts per month. In this role Mr. Kasmen was also responsible for the operation and development of the company’s credit card processing business line.
Professional & Community Activities
- Immediate Past President and Current Member Board of Trustees, Congregation Or Ami
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