In January 2011, Gilda Clift Breland was sworn in as the Langston Bar Association's 2011/2012 President. Attorney Breland is a shareholder of the firm McBirney & Chuck LLP, practicing primarily real estate and corporate law. Her practice focuses on commercial leasing transactions, commercial real estate purchase and sale transactions, the representation of private businesses, nonprofit organizations and educational institutions in all aspects of their operations, along with real estate and business litigation matters. Representative transactions from her practice include negotiation of numerous leases of retail, industrial and office space on behalf of commercial landlords throughout the Greater Los Angeles Area; negotiation of acquisitions of commercial properties, including vacant land, throughout Southern California; handling mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations, conversions, formations, dissolutions, and other business transactions; and advising business and nonprofit clients on operational matters, including contract, governance, tax exemption, property tax, and employment law issues, as well as trademark and copyright registration and protection.
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