Richard L. Seide

Richard L. Seide
Attorney at Law


Admitted to the Bar:  1980, California and U.S. District Courts, Central District of California.

Education:  University of Southern California:  B.S. Biology Magna Cum Laude; University of Southern California J.D.; American Jurisprudence Award

Member:  State Bar of California (Real Property Section); Orange County Bar Association (Real Property Section).

Civic and Educational Activities:   Judge Pro Tempore Los Angeles Superior Court; Guest Instructor/Lecturer: Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM),  Orange County Chapter; Building Owner and Manager’s Association (BOMA), Orange County Chapter; California State University Fullerton (CSUF); Member: Rolling Hills Covenant Church; Guest Speaker: Numerous local and national client companies on topics involving real estate and business issues.

Areas of Concentration:  The representatiuon of real property owners and their asset management and/or property management companies in connection with Real Property Leasing and Contract Negotiation; Real Estate and Business Litigation; Commercial Collection.



Richard L. Seide APC is pleased to announce the launch of our website

screenshot seidelawRichard L. Seide APC a Real Estate law firm located in Newport Beach, California,  is pleased to announce the launch of our website Our website includes print and multimedia information about our practice, the organizations we support and updates on current events that impact the commercial real estate industry.

Compliant with the recent Google guideline updates, our website was designed to be fully accessible and responsive through any computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.

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As always, it is our pleasure to be of service to you.


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A Guaranteed Problem : Do You Really Know Your Guarantor?

March 2015
Written by: Richard L Seide, Esq and Ellen L. Ticknor

The contents of this article are not intended to nor should they be construed as legal advice.  This article is a generic article with a basic overview of the issues raised only.  It is not intended to be nor should it be construed as a substitute for professional advice from an attorney.  Legal information by itself is often insufficient to resolve legal issues. Legal advice can only be given after an attorney thoroughly reviews the specific facts of a certain situation.

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