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Employment Practice at Sherin and LodgenThe National Law ReviewSherin and Lodgen's Employment Law Department represents executive, professionals and business clients across a range of industries, providing counseling, negotiation, and complex litigation services. Our Employment Department is ranked by Chambers ...and more »
SNDA Agreements Benefit Both Tenants And LendersLaw360 (subscription)Most real estate leases — both commercial and residential — involve property encumbered by a mortgage. In the normal course, the tenants and the mortgage lender have little or no interaction with each other. However, a default under the mortgage loan …
Boston Business Journal
Disgruntled law firm client takes to the street to recoup $17K in legal feesBoston Business JournalOn an intermittent basis since Thursday, North Andover resident Richard Kaufman has been protesting in front of Sherin and Lodgen's office on Federal Street in downtown Boston. As commuters stroll by and gawkers take photos on their smartphones, ...
Workflows: Law Firm News for April 11, 2017Bloomberg BNASherin and Lodgen in Boston established an employment law department that will be led by employment law partner Nancy S. Shilepsky. To contact the reporter on this story: Gayle Cinquegrani in Washington at To contact the editor ...
Boston Business Journal
Sherin's new top lawyer: 'We get the call from headhunters daily'Boston Business JournalReal estate attorney Doug Henry took over as Sherin and Lodgen LLP's managing partner this week, naming talent retention one of the most pressing issues facing the 39-attorney law firm. The firm's headcount has held steady around 40 lawyers the past …
Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements in a NutshellThe National Law ReviewNegotiation of a Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement (commonly referred to as an “SNDA”) can pose challenges for property owners, mortgage lenders and tenants alike. What makes an SNDA unusual is that it is between two parties ...
Disproving “Cause” in Equity and Executive Employment Blog (blog)... employment agreements with their executive advocacy attorney to ensure that they understand the “for cause” termination language of those agreements. Learn more about Sherin and Lodgen's employment department and executive advocacy work here.
Why a Leasehold Mortgage? Blog (blog)No matter what side of a transaction one finds herself on, counsel must become involved early on. Sherin and Lodgen has the lawyers with the breadth of experience and expertise to provide guidance and counsel on all aspects of a ground lease financing.
Sherin & Lodgen Adds Real Estate Partner In BostonLaw360 (subscription)“We are very excited to welcome Carla to our team," Sherin and Lodgen managing partner Ronald Ruth said. "Her deep industry knowledge and particular expertise in Boston permitting will be a valuable addition to our practice and an asset to our clients."
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Sherin and Lodgen Adds Executive Advocacy Leaders, Nancy S. Shilepsky and Brian J. MacDonough, to Employment ...PR Web (press release)Boston law firm Sherin and Lodgen LLP announces that Nancy S. Shilepsky and Brian J. MacDonough will join the firm's Employment Law Group in February. Both Shilepsky and MacDonough join from Shilepsky Hartley Michon Robb LLP, and are ...and more »
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