Edward C. Singer, Jr.

Edward Singer has extensive experience in representing landlords in the Bay Area’s complicated landscape of rent control.  Prior to entering private practice, Ed was General Counsel to one of San Francisco’s largest residential landlords, where he dealt with all legal aspects of property management in the Bay Area. In that role, Ed developed the skills to cost effectively represent landlords in evictions, administrative proceedings and wrongful eviction suits. Ed prosecuted the winning appeal in Feldman v. 1100 Park Lane Associates, which changed wrongful eviction law in California and was named as one of the most important real estate cases of 2008.

Ed has extensive experience in court and administrative hearings. Ed has obtained multiple successful jury verdicts and court decisions on behalf of landlords in both prosecuting evictions and defending wrongful eviction actions.

Ed also has extensive experience in closing large real estate transactions and loans involving residential rental real estate.  Since entering private practice, Ed has closed real estate transactions totaling in excess of $100 million.

Edward Singer, Jr.
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University of Oregon School of Law
J.D., 1992

University of Oregon
B.A., 1988


Ed is a Member of the San Francisco Apartment Association. Ed is a frequent speaker at the SFAA’s legal panel.

Bar Admissions

Oregon, 1992 (inactive)

U.S. District Court of Oregon, 1998

California, 2003

U.S. District Court of Northern California, 2005

U.S. District Court of Eastern California, 2018

Contact Us

Singer & Scott, P.C.

576 Sacramento Street, 7th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111

340 Lorton Avenue, Suite 202
Burlingame, CA 94010


ed@singerscott.com | michele@singerscott.com