Jeffery P Woo
Jeffery P Woo
Jeffery Woo has 25 years of experience in real estate, general business and landlord-tenant litigation; and real estate transactions.
represents major institutional and individual property owners, real estate brokers, commercial office and retail property developers, property buyers and sellers, and homeowners associations.
Having worked within his
family's real estate leasing business from an early age, Mr. Woo
has been involved in real estate matters his
entire life and knows firsthand the issues that property owners face.
As a licensed real estate broker, he
also provides his
broker clients an added insight into the legal challenges and issues they must confront regularly.
clients in matters concerning tenant buyouts; residential and commercial unlawful detainer and wrongful eviction; leasing, purchase and sale contract disputes; failure to disclose; constructive trusts; contract rescission; defense of ADA claims; easement disputes; boundary disputes; and partition actions.
also represents businesses and individuals in real estate transactions, including acquisitions, sales and leases.
Before joining Cooper, Mr. Woo managed the six-attorney firm of Woo & Associates, where he focused on real estate disputes and transactions and general business litigation matters.
is admitted to practice in California, and before the Northern and Central Federal District Courts of California.
Mr. Woo is the President for the San Francisco Association of Realtors and a long time, former member of the board of directors San Francisco Apartment Association.
He is past president of the Chinese Real Estate Association of America, a past director of the Asian Real Estate Association of America and a founding director of the Asian Real Estate Association of the East Bay.
He is a member of the Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF).
participates in BASF's
Volunteer Legal Services Program and is a six-time recipient of the organization's Outstanding Volunteer in Public Service Award.
A former treasurer for the Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco, Mr. Woo currently serves as general counsel for the Chinese Historical Society of America.
has been recognized as a Northern California "Super Lawyer," an honor bestowed on the top five percent of lawyers in the region, from 2006 through 2010.
is a much-sought-after speaker and regularly addresses property owners, trade associations, other attorneys, real estate professionals and broker organizations.
presentation topics have included:
Mr. Woo earned his J.D. from the University of California, Davis (1987) and his B.S. in Financial Accounting from the University of Southern California (1984).
is a Masters in City Planning candidate at the University of California, Berkeley
, with an emphasis in Public/Private Project Development and Housing.