Author: Christine Radice

As malls evolve, so must zoning

Over the past few years the retail real estate industry has struggled, forcing many shopping center owners to deal with unwanted vacancies. Now the COVID-19 pandemic has obviously caused further disruption to the industry. Senior Partner Mark Vaughan discusses the unique opportunity for many communities to work collaboratively with mall owners to adopt flexible and innovative zoning which can be utilized to reposition these assets for redevelopment.

Banker & Tradesman

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Michael Fallman rejoins Riemer & Braunstein as Real Estate/Business Law Practice Area leader

Michael Fallman has rejoined Riemer & Braunstein LLP after a 10-year hiatus during which he was a successful real estate and business entrepreneur. In conjunction with Michael’s return, the firm has restructured its practice areas, merging the real estate and business law practice areas into Real Estate/Business Law and forming a separate land use practice area, Land Use/Land Use Litigation.

Boston Real Estate Times

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Riemer & Braunstein’s Jaime Koff named to The Secured Lender 2020 Women in Secured Finance list

Senior Partner Jaime Koff was recently named to The Secured Lender 2020 Women in Secured Finance list. In this interview, she shares advice for women in the industry.

The Secured Lender

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COVID-19 Commercial Finance Roundtable

As lenders struggle with difficult decisions and challenging portfolio management issues amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic, Commercial Finance Senior Partners from our firm’s Financial Services Group survey and discuss what they are seeing in the marketplace.

Riemer & Braunstein News

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“It’s the economy, stupid!” – In Bankruptcy, it’s actually the budget

Chapter 11 cases come in many shapes and sizes, and involve companies in every industry and sector of the economy. Riemer & Braunstein’s Don Rothman discusses a key component common to nearly every bankruptcy case: developing an acceptable budget that will serve as the lifeblood of estate administration.

American Bankruptcy Institute Journal

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The new CARES Act and Bankruptcy

The new CARES Act provides temporary debt limit increase for “Small Businesses” to restructure debts under Subchapter V of Chapter 11 (among other amendments to the Bankruptcy Code).

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Riemer & Braunstein News Alert

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Lending to manufacturers and sellers operating as licensees (not owners) of famous marks

Secured Finance Network President John DePledge, Head of Asset-Based Lending at Leumi Business Credit, and Lon Singer, Senior Partner in Riemer & Braunstein LLP’s commercial finance group, discuss the unique business and legal concerns involved in lending to companies operating as licensees of famous marks.

The Secured Lender Express

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Riemer & Braunstein’s growth in New York, Chicago, Miami, Boston

Riemer & Braunstein LLP announced the recent hiring of a number of new lawyers to augment the firm’s national reach.

Business Wire

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