Randy Alan Weiss is a Washington DC based attorney with three decades of experience in business law, real estate, complex titles and estate planning. He is the founding partner of Weiss LLP, a leading law firm with decades of experience in the areas of real estate, estate planning, asset preservation, commercial, and bank and lending, regional governmental agency/FOIA practice, business transactions and taxation.
Randy Alan Weiss is a former Board member of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington and Congregation B'nai Tzedek of Potomac, Maryland (as well as a founding member and former counsel to the synagogue); general counsel to a private hospitality club in Washington, DC. He is also a former special counsel and/or board member to three different country clubs in Montgomery County, Maryland and a former member of the Board of Directors and Loan Committee for a community bank.
About Randy Alan Weiss
Randy Alan Weiss, Esq. is the Founding Partner of Weiss LLP. He has four years of experience working in the United States House of Representatives as a legislative staff assistant for several different Members of Congress with service on a legislative committee and two years in the Office of General Counsel as a major defense contractor. He is a law graduate of Georgetown University Center (MLT, 1985) with a prominence in closely-held business taxation and exempt organizations and St. Louis University School of Law (JD, 1981). He is licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and Florida. He regularly counsels clients concerning Business Transactions, Tax Law, Estate Planning and Asset Protection, Real Estate and complicated, estranged title issues. He also does community services and associated with many including Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, DC, Jewish Federation of St. Louis, Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington.