Ed focuses his practice on representing clients throughout the United States in all aspects of complex real estate transactions, including acquisitions, joint ventures, leasing (including long-term ground lease), mezzanine and other financings, zoning and land use matters, development and permitting processes, and dispositions. Ed regularly works with lenders, other creditors, and debt and property purchasers to develop and implement the workout and restructuring of troubled loans and properties. He has been involved in creating numerous "shared appreciation" restructurings in which lenders and other secured and unsecured creditors obtained equity interests and additional payments based on future property performance and sales values.
American Bar Association; Boston Bar Association; NAIOP/Massachusetts; International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC); Massachusetts Bar; New York Bar.
Frequently lectures at seminars throughout Massachusetts on a variety of real estate development topics.
JD, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Columbia University School of Law (1984); BA, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Brown University (1981).