Hodgson Russ boosts real estate and finance practice in New York City

Richard J. Slavin joins the New York City office as partner

Hodgson Russ boosts real estate and finance practice in New York City

Hodgson Russ LLP has announced the hire of Richard J. Slavin as a partner in the real estate & finance practice in the firm’s New York City office.

Slavin has a broad-based commercial real estate practice and has led purchase, sale, financing, and leasing transactions of commercial property throughout the United States. He counsels a diverse set of clients from long-established companies to retailers and family offices. He is also a trusted advisor to over a dozen real estate entrepreneurs in almost all matters affecting their business.

“Hodgson Russ has a strong reputation in the legal community as a team of collaborative, smart, and practical lawyers and other professionals,” said Slavin. “I am excited to join the growing New York City office and increase the firm’s presence in real estate transactions here, while working with this talented group of attorneys across our offices to deliver exceptional results to our clients.”

Prior to joining Hodgson Russ, Rich practiced real estate with established firms in New York City and Philadelphia including A.Y. Strauss, LLC and Goldfarb & Fleece LLP.

“We are thrilled to have Rich join the Hodgson Russ team,” said the firm’s New York City managing partner, Valerie E. Stevens. “His experience will greatly expand our firm’s ability to serve our clients not only in New York, but throughout the United States. He brings an exceptional skill set to the team and we look forward to his presence in the New York City office.”

 

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