Patrick A. Ramsey
Kennerly Lamishaw & Rossi LLP
707 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1400
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Tel : 213.312.1250
Fax : 213.312.1266
- University of Southern California Gould School of Law, Juris Doctorate
- University of Southern California, Bachelor of Arts
Patrick A. Ramsey joins Kennerly Lamishaw & Rossi as a transactional real estate partner. Pat established his pre-eminent leasing, acquisition and development practice at Paul Hastings and will continue to represent major institutional clients in all sectors of the real estate market, both locally and throughout the US.
Pat’s sophisticated leasing practice includes the representation of both landlord and tenant clients in over 75MM square feet of office, industrial and retail space, including the negotiation of the anchor tenant leases for four prominent high rise office towers in Downtown Los Angeles. On the buy-sell side of transactions for well-known investor/owner groups, Pat has been involved in some of the county’s most visible transactions, including the acquisition of City National Plaza in DTLA and the sale of the Harris Bank Building in Chicago. Notably, Pat has both business and legal experience in real estate transactions. During his tenure at Paul Hastings, Pat was responsible for all aspects of that firm’s worldwide real estate portfolio. He was both a principal and the lawyer in in some 200 transactions for offices located throughout the US, Asia, Europe and South America and oversaw buildout/construction projects worth several hundred million dollars. He was the interface with landlords, brokers, local counsel, designers, architects, contractors and specialty vendors. Pat understands the business of real estate and is uniquely qualified to implement his client’s initiatives and goals.
Pat has both his undergraduate degree and JD from the University of Southern California. Among honors awarded by the USC Gould School of Law, Pat was Order of the Coif and a member of Law Review. Pat has taught classes at both UCLA Law School and USC’s Marshall Graduate School of Business. He is a frequent speaker on leasing, credit, environmental and purchase/sales issues and most recently lectured on the challenges which COVID presents in office leasing and the return to work.