Search Site


Mr. Stiebel is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in Connecticut. He is an emeritus member of the Executive Committee of the Real Property section of the Connecticut Bar Association. His practice involves all aspects of transactional real estate including residential, commercial, office, industrial and retail; and commercial and residential acquisition, sale, lending, development, land use, environmental compliance and permitting. He counsels clients with respect to business and loan workouts, landlord/tenant matters, brokerage agreements, title matters, title insurance, construction matters, survey, condominium law, and phase I and phase II site assessment review and analysis. His practice also includes counseling users, owners and managers of wireless communication sites and hotel properties. Mr. Stiebel was formerly an assistant counsel to the Connecticut Bank and Trust Company. As a vice president, he managed its Special Assets Department and has extensive experience in the land development, hotel, sand and gravel, importing, exporting, broadcasting and manufacturing industries. Mr. Stiebel also worked in-house at Chase Enterprises handling much of their hotel and shopping center leasing around the United States. Mr. Stiebel lectures and publishes regularly on such topics as using environmental land use restrictions, commercial leasing, title searching and commercial lending. He is the author of the “Raising Your Bottom Line” series of articles for hospitality industry.

  • Connecticut U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.
Law School
  • St. Mary's University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 1975)
  • Virginia Commonwealth University (B.A., 1971)
  • Connecticut Bar Association (Member, Executive Committee, Real Property Section).
  • Brooklyn, New York