2.18.2015

New GEJ Partners, Steve Metzger and Alison Lambert

Alison S.F. Lambert

A 2006 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, Alison Lambert focuses her practice on commercial real estate and financing transactions.  She represents some of the region's most sophisticated owners, developers, and investors who are acquiring, building, leasing, and selling exciting and innovative mixed-use, commercial, and residential projects throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia, and beyond. Alison uses her in-depth experience and steady focus to advise clients in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions.

Contact Alison at 410-347-1348 or alambert@gejlaw.com.


Steven G. Metzger

Steve Metzger is a 2006 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law.  His practice focuses on education and employment law, representing colleges, high schools, and employers throughout Maryland.  Steve regularly counsels clients on matters involving Title IX, the Clery Act, Title VII, the ADA, FMLA, and FLSA.  Steve uses his courtroom experience to help institutions and employers minimize risk and avoid potential disputes.          

Contact Steve at 410-951-1422 or smetzger@gejlaw.com.

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Benjamin J. Rubin

Partner

410.951.1411

brubin@gejlaw.com

Ben Rubin is a transactions attorney who focuses on residential, commercial, and mixed-use real estate development projects.  He advises developers and investors from land acquisition through development, construction, operation, and disposition.  He works with clients on both market rate and affordable housing projects, including those financed with low-income housing tax credits.  Ben also represents borrowers and lenders with respect to construction and permanent real estate financing, as well as non-real estate commercial loans.

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