Primary Industries

Bar & Court Admissions

  • State Bar of California
  • State Bar of Colorado

Professional Affiliations

California Bar Association

Colorado Bar Association

Community Involvement

Beit T’Shuvah (Board of Directors)

The Guardians of the Jewish Home for the Aging (Former President, Vice-President, and Executive Secretary)

Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion (Former Member, Board of Governors and Former Member of Los Angeles Board of Overseers)

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Board of Governors and Past Treasurer)

Young Presidents Organization (Board Member)


Duke University School of Law, J.D.

Duke University, M.A.

University of California, San Diego (Revelle College), B.A. 

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Bradley H. Mindlin

Of Counsel
Los Angeles
T: 310.299.5500
F: 310.299.5600

Bradley Mindlin is a member of M&R’s Corporate & Securities and Real Estate Departments, specializing in the ownership, leasing, and management of commercial real estate assets, with a focus on the repositioning of distressed assets in secondary markets.

Brad has extensive expertise in the real estate industry, having worked on deals involving over 10 million square feet of real estate.

Additionally, his experience includes real estate finance, fund formation, representation of public companies and trusts, workouts, oil and gas issues, environmental matters, and multi-state purchases and sales.

Community Involvement

Brad is a Commissioner of the Los Angeles Citizens' Economy & Efficiency Commission and a former Board Member of the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board. He is the past President of the Los Angeles County Real Estate Management Commission, and he previously served as a Commissioner on the Los Angeles City Convention Center Department Commission and the Los Angeles City Planning Commission. He was also Treasurer of the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors and is currently on the Board of Directors of Beit T’Shuvah. He served two years as President of The Guardians of the Jewish Home for the Aging and was previously Vice President and Executive Secretary. He was a member of the Los Angeles Board of Overseers of the Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion and served as a member of its Board of Governors. He was integral in the creation of the Brawerman Elementary School of Wilshire Boulevard Temple where he was a founding member of the School Committee. Brad is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO).

Awards & Recognitions

Brad received the George Konheim Achievement Award for community service from Vista Del Mar.

Representative Matters

Acquisition and Financing: Represented a multi-state buyer in the negotiation, acquisition, due diligence, financing and capital stack of a $44 million, value-added Class B portfolio of apartments consisting of five properties and 1,368 units in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Acquisition, Disposition: Represented a multi-state real estate company in the acquisition, negotiation, and later disposition, of two Class A flex industrial properties originally acquired from a major banking institution as an REO acquisition.

Crowd Funding: Representation of clients in real estate negotiations and other ventures involving crowd funding with respect to the new amendments enacted through the Obama Job Act.

Disposition: Represented a real estate company in the negotiation, purchase and later disposition of a cold storage industrial warehouse in Charlotte, North Carolina. The project was bought through negotiations with a bankrupt entity, with Mr. Mindlin handling all issues with the bankruptcy court and lender, while assisting clients in the acquisition.

Private Equity Fund Governmental Investigation: A high profile private equity firm was being investigated by various agencies, including the SEC, the Department of Justice and various offices of the Attorney General, which sought to fine the fund over $30 million. The client originally had a large and well-known national law firm representing it, but the firm was unable to resolve the investigations, so the client retained M&R. After years of litigation in eight different jurisdictions, against numerous agencies, the case was resolved with “closing letters” received from certain agencies, stating that the investigation was over. The success is not only in the rare receipt of the closing letters, but also in that M&R obtained for the client a $9 million investigation reimbursement from a third party.