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Alex M. Chazen

Partner

Practice Area(s): Construction Law; Contract Disputes; Real Estate

Admitted: California, Texas

Memberships: • Education Chair, Claims Litigation and Management, Orange County
• Chair-Elect, Orange County Bar Association, Construction Section

Education: Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2011 (J.D.); and University of California, Irvine, 2008 (B.A.)

Speaking Engagements: West Coast Casualty; CLM Orange County Chapter Events; OCBA Construction Section; CLM Cyber, Management & Professional Liability Conference; CLM Construction Law Updates Webinar

Publications: Monthly Legal Column – Bay Window Magazine


Alex Chazen is a partner with Lorber, Greenfield & Polito, LLP and is licensed in California and Texas.  His practice is centered around construction and real estate law and he has represented all sides of these types of disputes, including developers, general contractors, trade contractors, owners, and buyers. Mr. Chazen works with his clients at all stages of a project, from site planning and the drafting of contract and project documents through actual construction, the sales process, and litigation that often arises during and after the construction phase. He also works with his clients to develop risk management strategy, business and project planning, and dispute resolution prior to the initiation of litigation.

Mr. Chazen is Chair-Elect of the OCBA Construction Section and the co-education chair of the CLM Board (Orange County Chapter). He was the winner of the 2020 CLM Professional of the Year – Young Outside Counsel. He has been published and also been featured in CLM Construction Claims and CLM Magazine, and was trusted to be the author of CLM’s California Construction Claims Resources Wiki.  Mr. Chazen has also been published in the ABA Construction Section’s magazine, Under Construction, and is a monthly legal columnist in the Bay Window Magazine.

Mr. Chazen graduated from the University of California at Irvine and earned his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.  While at Loyola, Mr. Chazen was an Associate Justice on the Scott Moot Court Honors Board, as well as a student attorney in the Loyola Law School Tax Appeals Assistance Program.  Mr. Chazen also worked as a volunteer law clerk for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in Central Trials.