James R. Shea Jr

James R. Shea, Jr. focuses his practice on real estate matters, including finance, restructuring and bankruptcy matters. He represents public and private developers, contractors, and lenders in the creation, development, and financing of mixed-use and urban real estate projects throughout New England. James is experienced in public-private and transit-oriented development projects and has collaborated in the drafting of legislation to facilitate the financing of public infrastructure for economic development projects, including Chapter 40Q of the General Laws entitled "District Improvement Financing" and The Massachusetts Infrastructure Investment Incentive ("I-Cubed") Program.

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Areas of Practice 1) Real Estate
Law School Harvard Law School ( J.D.,1975)
Education Harvard University (B.A.,1971)
Bar Member / Association District of Columbia State Bar Associations,Massachusetts State Bar Associations
Most recent firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP
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