A shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, Neil Oberfeld concentrates his practice on real estate acquisition, development and finance transactions; retail, office and industrial lease transactions; secured and commercial loan transactions; broker transactions and compliance; corporate and business organization, acquisition and finance; and property tax assessment. He is an expert in property tax protests.
Mr. Oberfeld has also done extensive work in green leasing and has been involved in all phases of sustainable development. He is also an active speaker on the topic of sustainability. In 2010, Neil earned a spot among Law Week Colorado's Lawyers of the Year for his extensive work in green leasing. He received the Volunteer Lawyer of the Year Award from the Denver Bar Association in 2005 and was also recognized by the Denver Business Journal in the 1997 Charter Class of the "Forty Under 40" Business Leaders. The Anti-Defamation League recognized him nationally with the Daniel Ginsberg Leadership Award in 1996, and at the local level with the Fred Silverberg Young Leadership Award in 1995.
Mr. Oberfeld is a member of Rose Community Foundation's Philanthropic Services and Jewish Life Committees. His current professional and community involvement also includes member of the University of Denver Bridge Project board, chair-elect of Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) Mountain States Regional Board of Directors, co-founder and past chair of Latin American Research and Service Agency’s Latino/Jewish Coalition, member of Colorado Bar Association and the Denver Bar Association, chair of the Governor's Commission on Community Service, national commissioner of Anti-Defamation League, and member of the International Council of Shopping Centers’ Legal Advisory Council.