Halloran Sage expands into Mass. with the addition of Cooley Shrair

July 23, 2021 - Front Section

Springfield, MA The law firm of Halloran Sage is expanding into Massachusetts with the addition of Cooley Shrair. Based in Springfield, Cooley Shrair handles a large volume of real estate, corporate, and business matters for some of the largest and most successful financial entities and companies in the area.

With offices throughout CT, Halloran Sage is a full-service firm with an extensive real estate practice. Attorney James Maher leads the practice group, which includes attorneys Matthew Teich, Joseph Biraglia, Ann Catino, Robert Cox, Brian Enright, Brad Malicki, Casey O’Connell, James Perito, Richard Roberts, and Karl-Erik Sternlof, and joining from Cooley Shrair’s real estate practice are attorneys David Shrair, Peter Shrair, Susan McCoy, and John Davis.

Halloran Sage’s real estate lawyers represent owners, developers, landlords, tenants, and other parties in real estate projects and transactions of all degrees of complexity. They have broad experience in structuring and documenting property acquisitions, joint ventures, mortgage financing, land-use matters, environmental due diligence and risk management, property dispositions, ground leases, leasing transactions, and sale-leaseback transactions. The firm’s experience includes transactions and projects involving all commercial real estate asset classes, including retail, office, industrial, residential, and recreational, as well as large energy and telecommunication projects.

The 81 attorneys of the combined firm will offer clients deep experience in transactional matters and a breadth of services in the areas of banking; business and securities law; construction; corporate business and transactions; environmental and land use; government contracts; healthcare; individuals and families; insurance; labor and employment; litigation and dispute resolution; municipal and state government; real estate; and trusts and estates.

Among the firm’s clients are major corporations, real estate developers, banks and other institutional investors, public and private universities, manufacturers, and other businesses.

Regarding this significant addition to Halloran Sage, managing partner William McGrath said, “We are pleased that Cooley Shrair will be joining our team. They have an outstanding reputation across the Bay State as responsive transactional attorneys. Furthermore, adding a Springfield office will give us the resources we need to service our clients’ needs across Southern New England.”

In addition to its newest Springfield location, Halloran Sage has offices in Hartford, Danbury, Middletown, New Haven, and New London, CT and a branch in Washington, D.C.

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