Noam I. Haberman is a partner in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and a member of Gibson Dunn’s Real Estate Practice Group.
Mr. Haberman’s practice focuses on the representation of banks and funds as both borrowers and lenders on the origination, purchase and sale of balance sheet, securitized, syndicated, mezzanine, preferred equity and corporate loans (including land, construction, repositioning, bridge and permanent loans) across all real estate asset classes. He has extensive experience in structuring and negotiating complex financing arrangements for loans that present underwriting challenges. In addition, Mr. Haberman has substantial experience working out individual loans and entire capital structures for both lenders and borrowers as well as exercising remedies on behalf of lenders and counseling borrowers through insolvency proceedings. His practice includes representing institutional investors on joint venture agreements, acquisitions and developments.
Mr. Haberman is ranked as a leading lawyer for real estate in New York by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Chambers describes Mr. Haberman as a “tremendous” and “phenomenally intelligent and thoughtful lawyer” and notes “his negotiation skills are second to none” and “he has a great sense of the market and a deep understanding of distressed lending situations.” He has also been recognized by The Legal 500 US as a “Next Generation” real estate lawyer, by GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum as one of its 50 Under 40 in the commercial real estate industry, and by Crain’s New York as a “Rising Star in Real Estate.”
Mr. Haberman received his Juris Doctor in 2008 from New York University, where he served as an Articles Editor of the Journal of Legislation and Public Policy. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, in Political Science in 2005 from New York University. He is fluent in Hebrew.
New York University - 2008 Juris Doctor
New York University - 2005 Bachelor of Arts
New York Bar