Representative Transactions: Regina M. Flaherty

Real Estate

  • Representation of senior services provider in connection with acquisition of real property for development of approximately 330,000 square feet for facilities for senior services and skilled nursing facility and shared use of facilities with community center including construction, long term lease to community center, HUD financing, secondary source financing and related development activities in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
  • Represented the fourth largest health care system in Connecticut as its primary real estate counsel in the sale of substantially all its assets to the largest health care system in Connecticut.
  • Represented closely-held corporate owner of real estate in transfer of real estate through stock purchase agreement and related tax, corporate and inter-family issues working closely with national accounting firm.
  • Creatively solved title defect (and avoided more costly quiet title action) by finding heirs to developer who failed to transfer fee ownership of road in development and brought action in Probate Court to appoint trustee to transfer now deceased developer's interest to the owner of all property in the development.
  • Lender's local counsel for Connecticut (non-tribal) real estate in refinancing of Connecticut Indian Tribe gaming and resort assets for financing facility in excess of $1 billion.
  • Represented borrowers in portfolio refinancing of $55 million in mortgage debt and inventory financing arrangements.
  • Represented manufacturer in environmental matters in the sale/leaseback of its facility in Norwalk, Connecticut and subsequent lease of over 15,000 square feet and later expansion of approximately an additional 8,000 square feet for their new manufacturing facility in Shelton, Connecticut.
  • Representation of hedge fund in lease of approximately 40,000 square feet in an office building under construction in Greenwich, Connecticut together with construction work letters, construction dispute resolution and brokerage agreements.
  • Representation of owner of significant retail properties acquiring strategic properties for expansion of business including construction financing.
  • Representation of eight borrowers affiliated with closely-held corporation in $125 million portfolio financing with a national lender secured by eight properties located in four states and supported by existing interest rate swaps.
  • Representation of European cosmetic company's lease of 12,129 square feet of office/warehouse space in Secaucus, New Jersey together with construction work letter.
  • Representation of Swiss watch retailer in formulating and executing on exit strategy from leased retail premises on Madison Avenue, New York, New York.

Health Care/Higher Education

  • Acquisition of radiography education program by one of our higher education clients which entailed negotiating and drafting the space license agreement for the leased premises utilized by the radiography program, use of radiography equipment and other related educational equipment, and affiliation agreement for students to have clinical experiences in the hospital and outpatient settings.

Construction Law

  • Representation of retail tenant in negotiation of a construction manager agreement and all related contracts for construction and design services for Fifth Avenue flagship store build out in New York City including architect, structural engineer, MEP engineer, vertical transportation and lighting design.
  • Representation of owner in connection with $6.8 million residential construction project including construction management agreement, architect's agreement and disputes with subcontractors.
  • Representation of owner in negotiation of settlement of dispute with interior design professional responsible for design with budget of over $1.5 million for premises in premier building in Manhattan.

Private Clients & Fiduciary Services

  • Work closely with individuals and families to understand the clients' priorities and goals and their intentions for the legacies they wish to provide, including drafting documents to implement these intentions and acting as trusted family advisors.
  • Advise clients regarding estate, tax and financial planning and succession planning for closely held businesses.
  • Represent donors and charitable organizations concerning charitable gift planning and the organization and operation of charitable entities.
  • Assist fiduciaries in the personal and technical aspects of estate and trust administration including attention to post-mortem tax planning.
  • Practice in the Probate Courts in conjunction with probating estates as well as advocating in will contests, trust disputes and other adversary proceedings involving estates and trusts.

Firm Highlights

News

Maine's Evolving Economy and the Future of Remote Work

On June 8, Maine Public published "The Future of Remote Work: The Outlook for Maine Employers and Workers As Offices Re-Open," covering its Maine’s Evolving Economy series that focuses on the shifts in Maine’s...

Publication/Podcast

Can Nonprofits Require COVID-19 Vaccines?

On June 10, employment and labor attorney Tawny Alvarez spoke with Maine Association of Nonprofits for its blog post "Help Desk FAQ: Can Nonprofits Require COVID-19 Vaccines?" As MANP continues to receive questions from...

Matter

Copyright Litigation: Software

Defended equipment manufacturer in copyright dispute involving firmware for digital subscriber line access multiplexers (“DSLAMs”). Case resolved favorably.

Event

FCBA New England Chapter Program

Join FCBA New England Chapter for a program on RDOF from a State Perspective: Lessons Learned So Far. Attorney Geoff Why will be moderating a panel session with invited FCC, industry, and state representatives...

Blog

Connecticut Employers Take Note – Cease Seeking Past Pay Information

Big changes are coming to Connecticut employers and with it, many organizational hiring practices with the passage of HB Number 6380. HB Number 6380 limits the disclosure of wage information from past positions. Currently...

News

Advice from Former Portland Charter Commission

On June 23, Portland Phoenix published an article, "Those who have been there predict Portland Charter Commission faces steep learning curve," discussing the organizational meeting with Portland's newly elected Charter Commission. In the meeting...

Event

MAME's 32nd Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament

Please join us as we sponsor MAME’s 32nd Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament! Proceeds go to the MAME Scholarship Fund to help support students interested in entering the manufacturing and trade industry in Maine. At...

Blog

Massachusetts Now Requires Paid COVID-19 Leave for all Employees

Massachusetts now requires all employers, regardless of size, with Massachusetts employees to offer employees paid, job-protected leave for certain COVID-19-related reasons, including to get or recover from a COVID-19 vaccine. Massachusetts also has established...

Matter

Trademark Litigation: Software

Represented trademark owner in litigation with foreign software company. Successfully defeated motion to dismiss on jurisdictional grounds, which was affirmed on appeal. Also successfully defeated summary judgment motion, which resulted in case settling before...

Publication/Podcast

Portland Maine Business Podcast with Tawny Alvarez

On this week's Portland Maine Business Podcast , a podcast with Shelby Turcotte of Shelby Trained, he interviews employment and labor attorney Tawny Alvarez who shares stories that contributed to shaping her as a...

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