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Our partner Kevin Murtagh, and Ward Mooney, who is a pillar of the Boston corporate finance community, recently collaborated to bring together well over 300 members of the Boston corporate finance community to support a deserving Boston non-profit organization, More Than Words. This dinner, intended to be an annual event, raised almost $450,000 for this fine organization and was featured in an article in The Boston Globe.
The Boston Globe
The Real Deal, a New York publication that closely tracks real estate transactions, recently published its list ranking law firms by dollar volume of commercial real estate loans in New York City (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018). Using data from the records of the NYC Department of Finance, The Real Deal reviewed commercial real estate loans of $1,000,000 or above. Riemer & Braunstein was ranked at No.1 on the list, with a dollar volume of $3,730,000,000.
The Real Deal
Lending to large, public companies can burnish an ABL lender’s reputation and offer a unique opportunity to expand its business model. Riemer & Braunstein’s Lon M. Singer explains how to navigate through these complex and ultimately rewarding deals.
Mark T. Vaughan, a commercial real estate attorney at Riemer & Braunstein, says changes are in store for most brick-and-mortar shopping meccas.
Banker & Tradesman
A Boston development company has filed plans for a South End complex it says could be a piece in the city’s Amazon HQ2 puzzle. Riemer & Braunstein’s Bob Buckley discusses how this could be an opportunity to bring better transportation to Boston.
Riemer & Braunstein’s Bob Buckley discusses how malls are redeveloping themselves as entertainment, recreation and experiential gathering places.
Banker & Tradesman
Riemer & Braunstein’s Joan Parsons received CREW Boston’s Professional Service and Leadership award in recognition of her contributions to promoting women in the commercial real estate industry. Joan, of Winchester, received the 2017 Leadership Award at the real estate group’s 19th annual Achievement Awards event.
Winchester Wicked Local
Dennis McKenna, a Senior Partner in Riemer & Braunstein LLP’s litigation department, is interviewed about a decision of the Business Litigation Session and the Stay granted to his clients during the pendency of an appeal to the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
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