Westlake Village, CA — Steven Jay Eichberg is being recognized again by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Achiever in the field of law as a Real Estate Lawyer at The Law Offices of Steven J. Eichberg.
The Law Offices of Steven J. Eichberg specializes in the review, revision and negotiation of commercial leases in every aspect of leasing, but primarily in the franchise world for franchisors and their franchisees. Notably, Mr. Eichberg has negotiated over 4,000 leases during his practice, including for The UPS Store, California Closets, Fastframe USA, Inc., CKO Kickboxing, 18/8 Men’s Hair Salon, Taco Bell, Subway, Menchie’s, Sub Zero Frozen Ice Cream and Yogurt, The Shake Shack, I Love Kickboxing, Jimmy John’s, Max Muscle, Eye Level, The Donut Bar, Firehouse Subs, Schlotzsky’s, ArcPoint Labs, Frozen Peaks, Parisi Gyms and many other brands.
Their main goal is to take the worry off of the tenant’s mind, by allowing them to concentrate on other than lease issues which are tedious and too far above the mind of most tenants and even most attorneys, and to secure the best possible lease for their clients. Mr. Eichberg and his paralegal staff are skilled, with years of experience representing large to small corporations and LLC(s), as well as individuals. Mr. Eichberg is also a partner in the highly respected Mediation firm, Southern California Mediation Partners in Westlake Village, California.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Eichberg founded LA Research Associates, a research and writing company that ghost wrote everything from simple pleadings to appeals for law firms from the west to the east coast and for sole practitioners to large firms.
Mr. Eichberg has 43 years of experience in the practice of law. He began his practice as a partner in the Beverly Hills boutique firm of Lever, Anker, and Israel. He next joined forces with Stephen M. Feldman and became the Law Offices of Eichberg and Feldman. Seventeen years later, Mr. Eichberg became a named partner in the firm of Goldfarb, Sturman, Averbach and Eichberg. In 1995 he formed his own firm. He prides himself on his ability to quickly review any lease, add or delete clauses that favor his client, and negotiates the lease to its conclusion. In over 3,500 leases, only a handful have failed to be executed. Mr. Eichberg has three mantras he lives by for his clients. First, he is passionate about bringing calm to people during what can be a difficult, frightening and chaotic time in a new business owner’s life; second, if you don’t ask, you don’t get, and third nothing ventured, nothing gained.
A highly respected voice in the area of his expertise, Mr. Eichberg is a member of the American Bar Association, The California Bar Association and the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He attended California State University at Los Angeles, for his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science next attended Southwestern University School of Law where he received his Juris Doctoral Degree.
He has also been involved in his community and around the world in many philanthropic endeavors. He was one of the founders and original members of the Board of Directors of Lily of the Valley AIDS Foundation, Inc., a children’s HIV/AIDS Village (LoVE) in KwaZulu-Natal South Africa; elected to serve on the Board of Directors of Cornerstone Network Ministry and elected to serve as a member of the Council at Conejo Valley Community Church. He also served on the Boards of international companies, Fastframe USA, Inc., and California Closets, Inc. He has earned coveted memberships in the American Law Society Top Lawyers, the Association of Distinguished Counsel, Lawyers of Distinction, Marquis Who’s Who, Top Tier Lawyers, and Continental Who’s Who.
This recognition is in dedication to his 100-year-old mother Shirley Greenes and is in loving memory of his father Norman and his brother Rob, who co-founded Coming out Day and The Advocate Experience. Much of Mr. Eichberg’s passionate support and fundraising for LoVE and other organizations and tireless work to contribute to the nonprofit world is his upbringing in a family that always focused on the less fortunate.