Norman A. Zilber is a partner in San Francisco. He represents business clients in domestic and international business organization and financing, mergers and acquisitions and the tax aspects thereof. He acts as general counsel to business entity clients.
He has been with the firm and its predecessors since 1962. His practice includes formation and operations of partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies, real estate transactions and leasing, venture start ups, private placements and general business and contractual matters. He is rated a.v. by Martindale Hubbard.
Norm received his BBA from the University of Michigan in accounting and finance graduating 2nd in his class. He earned his JD at the University of Michigan Law School where he was an Assistant Editor of the Law Review, Order of the Coif, and recipient of the 1908 Law Memorial Award. Norm was admitted to the Bars of Ohio and Michigan (now inactive) before he moved to California in 1962.
Norm has been active in the Negotiated Acquisitions Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association since 1988; Moderator of Panel on California Corporate Securities Practice 1973-1988; Director and Secretary of the SFJAZZ Organization from 1990-2002; President of the Jewish Vocational Service in San Francisco 1990-1992 and of the International Jewish Vocational Service 1994-1995.
Areas of Practice:
Domestic and International Business Transactions
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Formation and Operations
Family Business Transition Planning
Bar Admissions and Memberships:
Ohio, 1956 ( Inactive)
Michigan 1956 (Inactive)
US Supreme Court 1962
University of Michigan Law School, 1956 JD
Assistant Editor of Law Review, Order of the Coif and 1908 Law Memorial Award
University of Michigan Business School, 1953 BBA
Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi and Phi Kappa Phi; Oren E Scott Award