Kenneth D. Arbeeny is General Counsel to the nationally known security and investigations company, Beau Dietl & Associates, and to its Chairman, Richard “Bo” Dietl, and Mr. Arbeeny is actively engaged in his own boutique real estate practice for internationally recognized brands, retailers, developers, lending institutions and insurance companies.
Before joining Beau Dietl & Associates in 2002, Mr. Arbeeny was engaged exclusively in private practice and of counsel to the New York law firm Piliero Goldstein Jenkins & Sullivan, LLP and counsel to the New York office of the Chicago-based law firm Mayer, Brown where he represented banks and other institutional lenders, developers, insurance companies and manufacturers in a myriad of real estate transactions. Mr. Arbeeny was also a real estate partner at the New York office of the international law firm Marks & Murase, which has since merged with Bingham McCutcheon. He has over 30 years experience in commercial real estate law, including the acquisition of office buildings, hotels, golf courses and shopping centers, the formation of joint ventures for the purchase and management of real estate, leasing and construction and permanent financing.
Mr. Arbeeny is admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts and is a member of the New York State Bar Association, where he has been a member of the Real Estate Law Section since 1984.
Mr. Arbeeny received his B.A., with Outstanding Academic Honors, from The State University of New York at Binghamton in 1974. In 1973, Mr. Arbeeny was selected as one of the twenty in the nation as a New York City Urban Fellow. He received his M.P.A. in 1976 from the New York University Graduate School of Public Administration and his J.D. in 1978 from Boston College Law School.