Sarah K. TricotAssociate Boston firstname.lastname@example.org 617 226-3467 617 305-0667
- University of Richmond, B.A., 2008
- New England Law Boston, J.D., cum laude, 2011
Sarah has a wide variety of experience in real estate law including residential and commercial conveyancing, commercial financing, title clearing and commercial leasing as well as corporate and business law transactions including business and corporate mergers and acquisitions, corporate formation and structuring.
Sarah has represented commercial developers in large scale commercial acquisition and construction projects including financing of the projects. She has handled leases in a broad array of situations, including but not limited to, commercial office space, warehouses, restaurants and medical offices. Similarly, Sarah has handled complex asset acquisitions for both small family operated business to larger publicly traded companies.
Sarah’s transactional practice also includes the development, drafting and review of contracts for her clients’ day-to-day business operations including but not limited to: supply agreements, software license agreements, non-disclosure, non-compete and similar employee or independent contractor related agreements.
Sarah considers herself well versed in most corporate and real estate transactional matters and prides herself in her responsive client forward representation.
Sarah is fluent in French for business and legal purposes.
- Represented a local business owner in the refinance of existing indebtedness and an additional $7 Million in construction financing to improve their sports complex.
- Negotiated a complex agreement for the acquisition of multiple landlocked parcels of abutting land for a client whose intent is to develop the land for mixed-use residential and commercial purposes.
- Negotiated the terms of multiple solar panel leases for both roof and parking-lot canopy projects on a large scale commercial building.
- Represented an employee who purchased a hydroponics shop.
- Formation of a Delaware Public Benefit Corporation, which entity’s purposes included acting morally, ethically and responsibly in regard to society, the environment, the natural world and the world at large.