SAN FRANCISCO (July 6, 2021) – Zacks, Freedman & Patterson, PC announces the election of two senior associates –Emily Lowther Brough and Justin Goodman – to shareholders of the firm effective July 1, 2021.

| Jul 6, 2021 | Firm News |

“These two attorneys are each distinguished in areas that set Zacks, Freedman & Patterson apart as a premier real estate law firm,” said Shareholder Andrew Zacks. “I appreciate the ways they show their commitment to their work and values in their service to the firm. It brings me great joy and honor to add them into our shareholder team.”

Emily Lowther Brough joined the firm in 2013. Her practice focuses on real estate litigation, environmental litigation, administrative law, land-use disputes, property rights, and landlord-tenant matters. She also has substantial experience in writ and appellate practice.

Justin Goodman joined Zacks, Freedman & Patterson in 2014. His practice focuses on contract and real estate disputes/transactions and landlord-tenant law, with an emphasis on the Ellis Act and the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act.

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Zacks, Freedman & Patterson, PC is the voice of Bay Area property owners. Our attorneys have earned a reputation for aggressively advocating for our clients and for property owners throughout California. Our experience goes beyond simply helping clients make existing laws work for them. Instead, we challenge the law where it doesn’t work. Our lawyers thrive on challenge. No case is too complex. Our lawyers’ knowledge of local real estate law is unsurpassed. Our real estate litigation experience includes everything from landlord-tenant issues to land use and zoning disputes. Our attorneys have appeared in front of local municipal hearing boards, in state and federal court and before the U.S. Supreme Court. We provide a high level of attention and commitment to every client we represent. We have advocated for the rights of Bay Area property owners for 25 years. We will fight for you. See ZFPLaw.com for more information.