Aaron Zimmerman practices in both the litigation and corporate/business law departments at Berding|Weil, handling a wide variety of real estate and common interest development matters, ranging from multi-million dollar construction defect lawsuits and landslide-related actions, to advising directors and managers on the myriad governance and operational issues attendant to association life. Mr. Zimmerman also represents commercial property owners in negotiating contracts and third-party services, drafting purchase and sale agreements and advising on landlord/tenant disputes.
Mr. Zimmerman has been elected a Super Lawyer "Northern California Rising Star," awarded to no more 2.5% of attorneys under 40 years old in the State of California.
Prior to joining Berding|Weil, Mr. Zimmerman practiced at a San Francisco law firm specializing in estate planning, tax and probate matters. Prior to pursuing a legal career, he worked in the construction industry.
Mr. Zimmerman received his Juris Doctor in 2011 from the University of San Francisco, where he was a merit scholarship recipient. He also earned an M.B.A. from the University of San Francisco School of Management, where he was a member of the Dean's List. Zimmerman graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts in 2003, where was a member of the N.C.A.A. basketball team and the national history honor society, Phi Alpha Theta.
Aaron frequently participates in Board Member education seminars and new homeowner orientation seminars. He is affiliated with the Executive Counsel of Homeowners (ECHO), Community Associations Institute (CAI), and California Association of Community Managers (CACM). He is often involved in working with managers through his affiliations in the industry trade groups, helping to increase their educational advantages.
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