Henley L. Saltzburg

Henley L. Saltzburg has been in practice for more than 55 years. As a graduate from the UCLA School of Law and a Bar Member since 1962, Mr. Saltzburg’s distinguished career specializes in representing Receivers, Bankruptcy Trustees, major corporations involving real estate, finance, intellectual property, copyright, healthcare, enforcement of judgments, and asset protection planning and implementation.

During his practice, Mr. Saltzburg has been hands-on counsel to major land owners, developers, and real estate lenders whose annual transactions have exceeded two billion dollars and exceeded millions of square feet of commercial, industrial, retail, and mixed-use properties. Mr. Saltzburg has counseled numerous clients regarding and structuring asset protection devices.

In addition to managing the real estate/transactional and litigation departments of Saltzburg, Ray & Bergman, LLP, Mr. Saltzburg also has been appointed as Receiver in numerous cases and has acted as counsel for Receivers and Bankruptcy Trustees in hundreds of cases including in enforcement cases brought by state and federal governmental agencies.

Mr. Saltzburg has been an instructor for the continuing education series of the California Bar on issues of litigation, real estate foreclosure, debt collection, insolvency and lender liability. Mr. Saltzburg has lectured for numerous governmental agencies, including the Department of Justice, U.S. Marshals Service, California Real Estate Commission, California Commission for Financial Institutions, Mortgage Bankers Association, California League of Savings Institutions, Financial Lawyers Conference, California Bankers Association and various trade groups for real estate owners, managers, general contractors, institutional lenders, leasing companies, title insurance companies and medical provider groups.