Scott J. Stein is a business and real estate deal attorney and focuses his practice on real estate, sales, leasing and development, corporate transactions, structuring and strategic planning, loan financings, and hospitality matters.
Mr. Stein is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest recognition possible in the legal industry for ethical standards and legal ability. He was also included in the most recent editions of The Best Lawyers in America for Real Estate Law.
Mr. Stein often lectures and regularly provides continuing legal education to his peers and other professionals, having been featured on NBI, Inc., Strafford Publications, Inc., and the Central Arizona CCIM Chapter.
Mr. Stein has been a Super Lawyer Rising Star since 2012, and has been named among the “Top People to Know in Commercial Real Estate” by AZRE (Arizona Commercial Real Estate) magazine. He has also been featured in various publications and was named by AZRE Magazine among the 2019 People & Projects To Know in Commercial Real Estate.
Mr. Stein is a deal maker, not a deal breaker and is recognized as being adept at finding creative solutions to getting deals done while preserving their sound legal framework.
He got his “big firm” training” starting his career at Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP (currently known as Squire Patton Boggs), and was then part of a group that left Squire in June 2006 to found the Phoenix office of SonnenscheinNath& Rosenthal LLP (currently known as the Dentons).
Since founding Stein Law, he has been providing the skill and sophistication of firms larger in size without compromising our core values of creativity, flexibility and personal attention. He provides distinct legal counsel and solutions and never loses sight of the big picture or overlooks even the smallest of details.
Mr. Stein also volunteers his time to a number of community organizations, including serving as a Board of his synagogue, Congregation Beth Tefillah and offering pro bono assistance in a variety of matters. In between raising their four children, his wife, Brooke Stein, helps manage the office.