Portsmouth, NH According to Sheehan Phinney, Eric Kilchenstein has joined the firm, where he will work primarily out of the firm’s Portsmouth and Manchester, N.H. offices. Kilchenstein’s practice includes commercial real estate, general corporate work and commercial finance across numerous industry sectors. He has extensive experience representing businesses, non-profits, and institutional clients of all sizes.
In his commercial real estate and finance practice, Kilchenstein advises private developers, lenders, investors, charities and business entities. His practice includes entity formation, portfolio and other property acquisitions, due diligence, permitting, debt and equity financing, condominium formation and operations, commercial leasing, sales and other dispositions.
In his corporate and business practice, Kilchenstein assists businesses from start to finish, beginning with the formation process and continuing with general counsel assistance with addressing the legal issues that arise during business operations, and ending with the development of an exit strategy, including sales and mergers and acquisitions.
Sheehan Phinney also welcomes Kathleen O’Neill Burgener to its Boston office. Burgener focuses on commercial real estate, advising clients on finance transactions, acquisitions and dispositions and leasing matters. She has experience representing borrowers and lenders in acquisition, refinance, construction and mezzanine loans.
Burgener is admitted in Massachusetts, received both her J.D. and LLM, Taxation, from Boston University School of Law and her B.A., with honors, from Colgate University.
Kilchenstein has been active in the New England legal and nonprofit community for nearly twenty years and has served on various community boards in the area. He recently served for six years as the Treasurer of the Board of his local animal shelter and he is the current Chair of the Real Estate Section of the New Hampshire Bar. Kilchenstein received his B.A. from Mary Washington College and his J.D from the University of New Hampshire School of Law.