As EVP and General Counsel, Mr. Weinstock handles all of the day to day legal issues that arise in connection with the real estate and business activities of the company, including structuring and negotiating contracts and transactional documents, conducting due diligence and advising on business, operational and legal strategies facing the company. He also manages outside counsel in matters relating to real estate and corporate transactions, tax, HR, litigation, and compliance issues.
Prior to joining CCI in 2017, Mr. Weinstock was a member of the senior executive team at The Decurion Corporation, a portfolio company that owns and operates Robertson Properties Group, ArcLight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres and Hollybrook Senior Living. In his 12 years at Decurion, Mr. Weinstock served in various roles, including Vice President and General Counsel of Robertson Properties Group (RPG), the company’s commercial real estate development, acquisition, and property management company and Vice President of Real Estate and Senior Counsel of ArcLight Cinemas. At RPG, Mr. Weinstock was responsible for drafting and negotiating leases, purchase and sale agreements, tax-deferred exchange agreements, construction contracts, development contracts, business agreements, and operational contracts. While at ArcLight Cinemas, Mr. Weinstock was responsible for negotiating all ArcLight real estate and corporate transactions and had primary responsibility for sourcing, underwriting, acquiring, and developing new sites for ArcLight Cinemas as part of its national expansion.
Prior to Decurion, Mr. Weinstock was a partner at Jeffer, Mangels, Butler and Marmaro, where he was a member of the Firm’s Global Hospitality Group and Real Estate Department, handling numerous real estate matters for clients, including commercial, industrial, hotel and multi-family sales and acquisitions as well as drafting and negotiation of commercial, office, retail, and industrial lease agreements, construction contracts, management contracts, financing, and security agreements.
Mr. Weinstock graduated summa cum laude from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and earned his JD degree from Northwestern University School of Law. Mr. Weinstock also holds a MBA degree from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.