Steve Horowitz Named a "Real Estate MVP" by Law360 for 2013
December 19, 2013
Steve Horowitz was named a “Real Estate MVP” by Law360 for 2013. Steve was profiled in an accompanying article that highlights his work helping Dubai-based sovereign wealth fund Meraas Capital unload its 20 percent minority interest in the iconic GM Building and representing Kien Huat Realty in the restructuring of a complex debt package secured by Foxwoods Resort Casino. The profile also notes that Steve is “armed with decades of experience, valuable negotiation skills” and “helped craft a number of successful deals in 2013.”
Steve follows Cleary Gottlieb partner Steve Wilner, who was honored as a “Real Estate MVP” by Law360 in 2011.
For more than 65 years, Cleary Gottlieb has been a pioneer in real estate law across the globe, providing a wide range of domestic and foreign clients with practical and novel solutions to their business needs. Cleary Gottlieb’s real estate practice is diversified and global, spanning the full range of transaction types, regions and asset classes.
Law360 is an online news source that covers a wide array of legal practice areas daily. Since 2011, Law360 has published the MVP Awards annually to honor lawyers whose accomplishments have raised the bar within their area of practice.
To view Steve’s profile by Law360, please click here.