Lindabury Bolsters its Commercial Real Estate and Finance Practices

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Lindabury is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Amanda M. Curley to its Business and Commercial Real Estate practices. Amanda will focus her practice on commercial real estate financing and related transactions.  Amanda has experience advising commercial real estate owners and developers on transactions, redevelopment law and land use matters.  She also is well versed in New Jersey's eminent domain law having worked on condemnation projects throughout the state.

“Amanda brings additional depth to Lindabury’s active commercial real estate and finance practices and her experience will be an immediate benefit to our clients.  We are very happy to have her on board,” said Robert Burney, Chair of Lindabury’s Business & Financial Services group. Amanda was previously an associate with Connell Foley practicing in the areas of real estate and land use. 

Amanda is a graduate of Rutgers School of Law and she received her B.A. from Lafayette College where she triple majored in history, government and law, and art.  She is a former clerk to the Honorable Maureen B. Mantineo in the Superior Court of New Jersey. 

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To learn more about Amanda, please go to our website – www.lindabury.com

Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, P.C. is a general practice firm with 60 attorneys and offices in Westfield, Summit, Red Bank, New York and Philadelphia. Retained by clients throughout New Jersey and around the country, the firm serves businesses, organizations and individuals in more than two dozen legal practices. For more information, see www.lindabury.com.

 

Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper is a mid-sized general practice law firm providing quality legal services to businesses and individuals throughout New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic region. Our attorneys provide vigorous and cost-effective counsel to help clients meet their personal and professional objectives. Learn more about all of the services Lindabury provides by visiting www.Lindabury.Law.

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