Congratulations to Stephanie Dubanowitz and Mina Makarious for their Election to the Anderson & Kreiger LLP Partnership.
Stephanie B. Dubanowitz, an attorney in the firm’s Real Estate Department, was elected to the partnership, effective January 1, 2018.
Stephanie’s practice focuses on all aspects of transactional commercial real estate law, including acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, development and permitting, representing national and regional developers, high-tech and life sciences companies, government agencies and educational institutions.
She also routinely advises municipalities on complex real estate issues and has successfully advised the Towns of Lexington, Dover, Acton and Concord in acquiring, selling and restricting property for a variety of purposes.
Anderson & Kreiger Managing Partner David Mackey said, “Stephanie’s legal skills and dedication to her clients are enormous assets to our firm. We are proud to have her as a partner.”
Mina Makarious was elected to the partnership, effective January 1, 2018. He has proved himself an invaluable advisor to the firm’s public sector clients, including municipalities and airports, as well as several of the firm’s private environmental clients.
“Mina is a talented advocate and committed to his clients, but similarly committed to the life of this firm. We know that he will be an outstanding addition to the partnership,” said David Mackey, Managing Partner.
Mina has devoted his practice primarily to public law, airport law, and environmental and land use counseling and transactions. He has also developed specific expertise in drones and drone regulation. Mina has also helped represent one of the firm’s environmental clients in negotiations regarding cost allocation at a Superfund site, and regularly assists in transactional matters that involve complex environmental issues.
Mina serves as lead counsel to the Towns of Concord and Lexington, and assists in providing town counsel services to Winchester and Belmont. He regularly advises these and other towns on governance, procurement, land use, environmental and other matters.
Mina’s pro bono experience includes assisting Y2Y Network, Inc. in establishing a youth homeless shelter in Harvard Square, including drafting and negotiating leases, construction and design contracts, and organizational documents.