30-YEAR TRACK RECORD IN RETAIL LEASING AND BANKRUPTCY
Klein Law P.A. is the unrivaled leader in retail leasing and bankruptcy worldwide. We have a 30-year track record of successfully managing the real estate needs of clients in a wide range of retail sectors. Our reputation is built on creating uniquely innovative solutions that deliver exceptional results and improve a company’s overall financial performance.
From location expansion to lease negotiations and restructuring, Klein Law P.A. is the industry’s most trusted authority for all retail matters – delivering powerful results for every client
MEET JEFFREY A. KLEIN
Jeffrey A. Klein, Esq. is a top retail real estate attorney with over 30 years of experience in negotiating and executing leases on behalf of retail clients. He has spent the past ten years successfully leading workouts on behalf of retailers going through and emerging from corporate restructuring and bankruptcy.
Prior to launching his own firm in 2006, Jeffrey was Senior Real Estate Counsel for The Children’s Place, where he negotiated the leases for hundreds of stores across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. There he led the critical task of securing landlord consents covering many corporate acquisitions including Disney Stores (from The Walt Disney Company).
Jeffrey has also served as Vice-President and General Counsel at Urban Brands, Inc. where he led the legal and real estate efforts for the Ashley Stewart and Marianne store brands. He advised Ashley Stewart management in successfully acquiring the Marianne stores in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Jeffrey previously was Vice-President and General Counsel at Petrie Stores Corporation where he worked closely with company founder and retail legend, Milton Petrie. He led the real estate leasing process for 1,700+ stores in United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Jeffrey earned a BA from Lehigh University and a JD from The University of Miami.
Today Jeffrey A. Klein, Esq. continues his work under his firm, Klein Law P.A., helping national retailers successfully negotiate the most challenging leasing and bankruptcy needs.