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Contracts and Business Transactions
Zoning, Planning, & Land Use
SHAREHOLDER and DIRECTOR
Philip’s practice centers on real estate development and finance, land use and zoning, and commercial lending and transactions. He counsels clients in all aspects of commercial real estate, including due diligence, local and state permitting and entitlements, entity formation and structuring, and financing. Philip’s practice also includes real estate leases, condominium law, environmental law, conservation and historic preservation easements, like-kind exchanges, property tax and forest management, and complex residential transactions. Recently, Philip has been involved in various large-scale mixed use, multi-family residential, resort community and solar energy developments; a number of commercial purchases and sales; several condominium projects; and the leasing of retail and office space. As an authorized agent for several national title insurance companies, he is also a member and director of Granite State Title Services, LLC.
J.D. | Harvard Law School
B.S. | Connecticut College (summa cum laude)
AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
International Council of Shopping Centers
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, Director and Officer (former)
First American Title Insurance Company, Agent
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, Agent
"Electronic Signatures in Real Estate Transactions,” New England Real Estate Journal (2022) (with Benjamin Lewis)
“Confidentiality Agreements in Real Estate Transactions,” New England Real Estate Journal (2019).
“Phased Condominium Developments: An Update on the Lilac Lane Condominium Case,” New England Real Estate Journal (2018).
“Tips for a Better Loan Closing Experience,” New England Real Estate Journal (2018).
“Phased Condominium Developments,” New England Real Estate Journal (2017).
“Northern Pass Decision: A Road Well Traveled,” New England Real Estate Journal (2017).
“What are we looking for in 2017? A Number of Policy Changes That Will Impact the Real Estate Industry,” New England Real Estate Journal (2017).