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About Dalton & Finegold
Founding partners Bill Dalton and Barry Finegold grew up together in Andover, Massachusetts. After both having worked in Boston, New England’s business center, they established Dalton & Finegold, LLP, in Andover, in 2000. The firm originally focused solely on Residential Real Estate. Over its first decade, the firm represented buyers and sellers in hundreds of transactions across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Meanwhile, the firm’s affiliate Gold Title, P.C. has grown to handle transactions in all 50 states.
By 2010, to serve these clients’ needs better, Dalton & Finegold added partners specializing in the areas of Estate & Special Needs Planning, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy, and Litigation & Dispute Resolution. In 2011, the firm greatly strengthened its Commercial Real Estate and Corporate Law practices, by adding four additional partners from Goulston & Storrs, P.C. and Goodwin Procter LLP in Boston. Their particular skill sets include complex land dispositions, Affordable Housing & Tax-Exempt Financing, Corporate Law & Commercial Lending, Hotels & Entertainment, and Zoning & Permitting.
Like the founding partners, all our lawyers have roots in Massachusetts, have practiced in Boston at larger firms or organizations, and have come to Dalton & Finegold for a better platform for legal practice. Our experience allows us to perform expertly and efficiently, in a wide range of legal fields and jurisdictions, while our location outside of Boston and our streamlined management structure allow us to keep hourly and per-transaction costs down for our clients.
Check out Ken MacKenzie’s recent article in the September 19th issue of the New England Real Estate Journal Click here to read the full article.
We are happy to share that the BRA Board approved Gerding Edlen’s luxury waterfront project unanimously, on Thursday, September 18, 2014. Gerding Edlen is our Portland, Oregon based client. Click here to view the story in Banker & Tradesman. Click here to view the story in Bisnow.
Until September 30th of this year, the Captain Daniel Stone Inn (CDSI) was a fine, but sleepy 30-room historic inn with a good restaurant in Brunswick, Maine. On that day, Boston East India Hotels (BEIH), a company described by Jay Shah, CEO of Hersha Hospitality Trust and a member of BEIH’s board of directors, as “the world’s first global hospitality …