Farshad Morè is a partner in Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Los Angeles office. He is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Department.
Mr. Morè’s real estate practice experience includes representation of opportunity and private equity funds, REITs, institutional and non-institutional real estate investors, developers and operators, lenders and borrowers in a broad range of matters, including acquisition, development, financing and disposition of all commercial real estate asset classes, including vacant land, hotels, residential, office, multi-family, retail and mixed-use buildings, shopping centers, and other commercial and residential properties throughout the United States; complex construction, permanent, securitized, mezzanine, preferred equity and participating financing, including Shari’ah-compliant financings and financings under the EB-5 Investor program; forming and representing joint ventures, limited liability companies, general and limited partnerships, and negotiating joint venture agreements for operating and capital partners; ground leasing and ground leasehold financing.
Additionally, Mr. Morè routinely advises and represents clients in connection with restructuring and “work-outs” of existing financing, as well as uniform commercial code and real estate foreclosures.
Mr. Morè has been ranked by Chambers USA in the category of Real Estate since 2016 and has also been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America from 2014-2019. Best Lawyers also recently named Mr. Morè as the 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” for Real Estate Law in Los Angeles, a distinction that recognizes attorneys who have earned “a high level of respect among their peers for their abilities, professionalism, and integrity.” He was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2015 Expert Guides for his wide range of experience in the real estate field. In 2015, Mr. Morè was also named as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers and Law360, as well as an “MVP” in real estate by Law360.
Mr. Morè earned his law degree in 2003 from Columbia University School of Law. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, with a minor in Italian, cum laude in 1999 from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Mr. Morè is admitted to practice in California.
Columbia University - 2003 Juris Doctor
University of California - Los Angeles - 1999 Bachelor of Arts