& 

DALTON

FINEGOLD

978.470.8400

info@dfllp.com

34 Essex Street 

Andover, MA 01810

183 State Street
5th Floor, Boston MA 02109

 

One Tara Boulevard Suite 209
Nashua, NH 03062 

I’ve been working with Barry and his team for a couple of years and continue to be very impressed. Dalton & Finegold works well within our clients’ demands for the facilitation of quick, attentive, and yet cost-efficient transactions, while importantly balancing banks’ needs for high-quality counsel and documentation. This balance is enormously difficult to achieve and is inhigh demand by myself and my peers. Working through a deal with Dalton & Finegold is simple. Presenting the bill to our clients is stress-free. Thank you!

David Yesue

Brookline Bank

I continue to be very impressed with the calm approach that Attorney Bill Dalton brings to the real estate transaction. He is highly responsive and provides sound advice to clients with the utmost professionalism. I look forward to working many more years with Bill.

Johanna Webster, Broker Associate

Lillian Montalto Signature Properties

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Christopher R. Vaccaro
Partner Commercial Real Estate
978-269-6425

Christopher R. Vaccaro concentrates his practice in commercial real estate and banking, representing developers and financial institutions in sophisticated commercial transactions. His practice includes real estate development, condominiums, leasing, zoning, permitting, litigation, and loan restructuring. He also practices in the areas of business organization, employment contracts, and confidentiality and non-competition agreements. Chris was admitted to the Texas bar in 1984, the Massachusetts bar in 1988, and the United States District Court for Massachusetts in 2000. He received his B.A., with honors, from Tufts University, and his J.D., with honors, from Boston College Law School, where he was the Managing Editor of Finance for the Boston College Law Review. Chris has been an active member of the Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts since 1997. He is the author of the monthly “Law of the Land” column in Banker & Tradesman, and has published articles in other periodicals, including Boston Business Journal, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, and Lawyers Journal. Chris is a member of the Board of Directors of Bridgewell, a leading human services nonprofit in northeastern Massachusetts. He is a former Chairman of the Reading Board of Appeals and has also served as an assistant coach with Reading Youth Hockey and Reading United Soccer.