BOSTON–Michael Fallman has rejoined Riemer & Braunstein LLP after a 10-year hiatus during which Michael was a successful real estate and business entrepreneur.
In conjunction with Michael’s return, the firm has restructured certain of 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.
“The firm is very excited that Michael made the decision to return to the practice and to the firm,” said Managing Partner Steven Weinstein. “Michael is a highly skilled real estate and corporate practitioner and an experienced businessman, making him uniquely qualified to lead our Real Estate/Business Law practice area. The firm has identified this practice area as a key part of our continued growth and expansion of the services we provide our clients across our entire geographic platform.”
The merger of the real estate and business law practice areas provides the firm’s corporate and real estate clients with a more comprehensive and targeted approach toward receiving legal services. The establishment of the Land Use/Land Use Litigation practice area reflects the reality of the full scope of services that the firm currently provides to its development clients. The firm’s real estate entitlement practice will continue to be led by Robert C. Buckley and Mark T. Vaughan, both well-known land use attorneys. Dennis E. McKenna, the chair of the firm’s litigation practice area, will continue to coordinate litigation support for the land use practice.
Weinstein went on to say, “The practice area merger will also highlight the broad skills of a number of our attorneys, as both Bob Buckley and Mark Vaughan are key members of the Real Estate/Business Law practice area. Michael Fallman will also utilize his prior experience in problem loan resolution as a senior member of our Loan Restructuring & Work-Outs practice area.”