Brian is thorough, resourceful, creative, and has a keen eye for detail. He is passionate about his work and enjoys getting to know his clients and their businesses. Brian concentrates his practice on corporate and real estate matters, and he offers comprehensive, practical advice to clients on matters including mergers and acquisitions, contracts, employment, tax, leasing, licenses, and business planning and exit strategies. He also advises commercial developers and commercial lenders in real estate development projects and financing transactions.
Prior to joining Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP, Brian was an associate at Innovative Business Law Group, PC. During law school, he interned with the New England Pension Assistance Project and served as a Research Assistant to Professor George D. Brown. Professor Brown praised Brian’s abilities and has stated that Brian was his best research assistant in 40 years of teaching.
- Represented a Project-Based Section 8 cooperative in a $30 million sale to preserve affordability at the property.
- Represented a business owner in the acquisition of a rival business and subsequently negotiated the lease of a building acquired during the transaction.
- Advised the sellers of a family owned business with nine locations throughout Massachusetts.
- frequently assists in the negotiation and settlement of partnership disputes.
- Assisted early stage companies in capital raising matters, including Series Seed and Series A financing rounds.
Representative Speaking Engagements
- The New Audit Landscape for Partnerships & LLCs
- 2017 Rhode Island Professionals Day, April 27, 2017
- Cambridge Chamber of Commerce
- Young Professionals Committee
On a Personal Note
Brian was raised in New Jersey, but attended college in Massachusetts. He’s been here ever since. His first passion was music, and when not practicing law, he still enjoys playing guitar by himself and with friends. Brian has a love-hate relationship with running. He stopped running track competitively in college, but he periodically comes out of retirement to run local races. Brian lives with his wife in Cambridge, Massachusetts.