Edward C. Faust

Edward Faust’s practice is focused on general corporate and transactional legal matters. He works with privately held businesses at all stages of the corporate life cycle, providing services relating to corporate governance, entity formation, intellectual property licensing, and sophisticated corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and debt and equity financing transactions. Before joining Rubin and Rudman,
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Sara B. Huddleston

Sara Huddleston handles a broad portfolio of corporate and transactional legal work. Her practice encompasses the initial stages and formation of corporations and limited liability companies, as well as drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide range of transactional agreements, including commercial contracts, debt- and equity-based financing and securities documents, private placement memoranda, supply, distribution, and
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David M. Shamberger

David Shamberger is a Partner in the firm’s Corporate, Business and Tax practice group and Life Sciences and Emerging Growth Companies practice group.  As a seasoned corporate attorney, David has a diverse and broad-based corporate and transactional practice focused on mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, securities law, executive employment and equity compensation, early-stage
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Michael D. Riseberg

Michael Riseberg is a litigator with 20 years of experience representing businesses, insurers, and professionals in a wide range of matters involving construction law, legal malpractice defense, employee stock option disputes, real estate development, products liability, trucking accidents, general liability defense, insurance coverage, environmental coverage, and bad faith. Michael has tried a number of significant
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Peter B. Finn

Peter Finn is principally devoted to representing biotechnology and high-technology companies in all aspects of corporate law, licensing and financing. He has assisted in the launch of more than fifty biotechnology companies. Peter represents clients in general financing, including technology transfer, joint ventures, corporate and strategic alliances, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions.

Andrea Young Toulouse

Andrea Toulouse, chair of Rubin and Rudman’s Real Estate department, has extensive experience in all areas of commercial real estate, including acquisition, development, financing, and leasing for a broad range of developers and financiers of commercial properties at a local, regional and national level. Her practice encompasses industrial properties, educational uses, suburban office parks, and
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Alan K. Posner

For more than thirty years, Alan Posner has advised clients confronted with a legal crisis of one kind or another. Represents clients in complex divorce and probate matters, including large assets and complicated financial, legal, and custodial issues Recently successfully defended a contract civilian psychologist in a professional disciplinary proceeding before a military tribunal under
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John J. McGivney

John McGivney is Rubin and Rudman’s Managing Partner and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. John has tried thirty-five cases in state and federal trial courts; has arbitrated numerous matters; has served as an arbitrator, certified mediator, and master in civil litigation; and has briefed or argued twenty-five appeals, in various areas of civil
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Andrew K. Kelley

Andrew Kelley, a partner in the firm’s Real Estate Group, focuses his practice in the representation of landlords and tenants in commercial lease transactions. Andrew’s extensive experience includes advising both landlords and tenants in lease negotiations and ongoing lease administration for office, retail, medical office and industrial properties both nationally and in the Greater Boston
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Karen P. D’Antuono

Karen D’Antuono began her legal career at Palmer & Dodge LLP (now Locke Lord), where she concentrated her practice on estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax planning. She represented individuals in their personal planning; individual and corporate fiduciaries in their administration of estates and charitable and non-charitable trusts; and tax-exempt organizations in connection with their
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