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Rackemann Attorneys Michael W. Parker and Stacie A. Kosinski Present at REBA Open Meeting

Boston, MA, March 7, 2018 — Boston law firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster announces that Michael W. Parker and Stacie A. Kosinski presented on the Supreme Judicial Court’s (SJC) decision in Grand Manor Condominium vs. City of Lowell at the Real Estate Bar Association’s (REBA) Condominium Law & Practice and Environmental Law Sections joint open meeting, March 7, 2018. Parker and Kosinski discussed the practical considerations which confronted the trustees, including managing unit owners’ concerns and expectations, limitations imposed upon the use of the common area, impacts on sales and refinancing, insurance implications, and related matters.

As a Director in the firm’s Real Estate Group, Parker represents corporations and individuals in complex real estate and environmental disputes and transactions, including appearances before state, local and federal regulatory agencies as well as the state and federal courts of Massachusetts. He helps clients in all aspects of Boston land-use permitting, including the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s Article 80 approval process. He routinely appears before the BRA Board, the Boston Civic Design Committee, the Zoning Board of Appeal and the Boston Conservation Commission.

Kosinski, an Associate in Rackemann’s Litigation Group, focuses her practice on complex business, commercial, real estate and probate disputes. She regularly represents individuals, real estate developers and owners, contractors and construction companies, and other businesses facing difficult claims in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts. In addition, she represents clients before City and Town Planning Boards.

REBA is a non-profit organization that aims to advance the practice of real estate law by creating and sponsoring professional standards, actively participating in the legislative process, creating educational programs and materials, and demonstrating and promoting fair dealing and good fellowship among members of the real estate bar.

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