Boston-based, full-service law firm Rubin and Rudman welcomes two new attorneys, strengthening the firm’s Real Estate and Litigation Departments. Anne K. Reynolds joins as a Partner in the Real Estate Department and Jason A. Webber joins as a Partner in the Litigation and Real Estate Departments.
Reynolds joins Rubin and Rudman from Langer & McLaughlin, LLP. Her practice focuses on commercial real estate development, including purchase and sale transactions, zoning and land use, financing and commercial leasing. She has worked with REITs in the sale and acquisition of industrial properties nationwide, as well as with commercial developers of high-end residential real estate projects with respect to the acquisition, sale, financing, and zoning.
Webber joins the firm from Nathanson & Goldberg. His practice focuses on construction and real estate litigation matters representing developers, contractors, and design professionals. He regularly advises clients involved in public and private construction projects, on issues including contract negotiation and administration, construction defects, changes and extra work claims and contract disputes.
“We are excited to welcome two bright new partners to Rubin and Rudman and we are pleased to expand two of our core practice areas,” said John McGivney, Managing Partner of Rubin and Rudman. “Jason and Anne will both contribute to our strategic growth and the development of the firm,” added McGivney.
Reynolds received her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, J.D., magna cum laude and a B.A. (English) from Boston College. Webber also received his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, an LL.M. from Boston University School of Law and a B.A. from Tufts University.