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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.

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Riemer & Braunstein supports More Than Words

The firm continues to support More Than Words through our involvement with Boston Corporate Finance Community.

The Boston Globe

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Riemer & Braunstein adds attorneys to Miami office

Riemer & Braunstein LLP announced it has added three attorneys to its Florida practice to join Steve Klein, who manages the Miami office.

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Boston finance professionals join together to make a difference

In the spring of 2016, a few Boston corporate finance professionals attending a conference in New York City decided to meet for dinner to spend some quality time catching up. A wide variety of industry topics were discussed, and towards the end of the evening, the importance of the Boston corporate finance professionals giving back to their community became a lively topic of discussion. Soon after, the Boston Corporate Finance Community (BCFC) was founded by Cheryl Carner, Crystal Financial; Ken Frieze, Gordon Brothers; Keith Vercauteren, Wells Fargo and the authors, Ward Mooney, Crystal; and Kevin Murtagh, Riemer & Braunstein LLP.

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Boston Corporate Finance Community announces 2019 event date and honoree

Riemer & Braunstein is proud to be part of The Boston Corporate Finance Community (BCFC), a collaboration of Boston-based companies active in the corporate finance industry. BCFC has announced the date for the 2nd annual BCFC Gathers to Give Back celebration on Thursday, October 10. At the event, the group will raise funds on behalf of More Than Words and honor Bill Mayer, executive vice president and group head, Wells Fargo Equipment Finance.

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Transformative Woburn Village plans approved

Concluding a herculean economic planning effort that began nearly 16 months ago, the City Council recently sanctioned the transformative Woburn Village redevelopment of Mishawum Road’s 23-acre Woburn Mall site. Riemer & Braunstein’s Mark Vaughan represented the developer.

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Legal Lines: Finding the sweet spot as legal and commercial advisor to lenders

The attorney who advises asset-based lenders and other lenders faces unique and ever-changing professional challenges. Lon M. Singer of Riemer & Braunstein’s Financial Services Group examines the collaborative relationship of counsel and lender clients.

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Steven Weinstein appointed Managing Partner of Riemer & Braunstein

Steven Weinstein, a member of the Executive Committee of Riemer & Braunstein and the chair of the firm’s real estate finance practice area, has been appointed as the firm’s managing partner and chair of the firm’s Executive Committee. Weinstein will succeed Stanley Riemer, 72, who has been the managing partner for over 40 years, during which time the firm has become a national leader in the representation of financial institutions in real estate and commercial finance with six offices nationwide.

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Riemer & Braunstein expands real estate finance and commercial lending practices with opening of Miami office – Steven M. Klein to Head Miami Office

Riemer & Braunstein has opened a Miami office to enhance the firm’s ability to represent both its national and regional clients. Steven M. Klein, an experienced real estate attorney representing lenders and developers in sophisticated real estate transactions in Florida and nationally, will be managing the Miami office. As Miami is one of the nation’s capital market centers, the Florida office represents a natural expansion of Riemer & Braunstein’s representation of national and regional financial institutions and funds in real estate finance, commercial lending and restructuring matters.

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City Council ordered to modify $300K mitigation order

A Massachusetts Land Court judge ordered the Woburn City Council to modify or reduce the mitigation payment a developer must contribute for a 41-unit townhouse project after Riemer & Braunstein’s Dennis McKenna filed an appeal.

Daily Times Chronicle

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Here’s another economic problem to watch: Bad loans are rising

Riemer & Braunstein’s Steven Greene discussed a pickup in troubled loans in a recent article in The Boston Globe.

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Riemer & Braunstein’s Kevin Murtagh collaborates to empower at-risk teens

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.

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Riemer & Braunstein ranked #1 – The Real Deal list of law firms on the lender side of deals

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.

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Large publicly-traded companies present special opportunities for ABL market leaders

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.

ABF Journal

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Malls peel back the walls

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

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