Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper PC’s corporate office in Westfield — Courtesy: Lindabury
By Joshua Burd
Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper PC has welcomed a new attorney to its commercial real estate group.
The law firm, which is based in Westfield, said Kerry Cahill will concentrate her practice in the areas of corporate, finance and real estate employment law. She represents lenders and borrowers in the negotiation of collateralization and financing agreements and has advised on the purchase, sale and leasing of commercial real estate, along with land use, zoning and environmental matters.
Additionally, she provides insight on the insurance, licensure, procurement and tax issues associated with her transactional work.
“Her wide scope of expertise enables Kerry Cahill to assist clients throughout the life cycle of their businesses,” said David Pierce, the firm’s president. “Her mastery of the intricacies of complex business transactions is an exceptional resource for clients and the firm.”
In a news release, Lindabury said Cahill’s experience spans a range of for-profit and nonprofit sectors, with a focus on advising clients in the health care industry including facilities owners, physician practices and life science companies. Prior to joining Lindabury, Cahill practiced at another prominent New Jersey law firm, where she focused on transactional matters, administrative proceedings and litigation, primarily involving health law and corporate transactions.
In addition to providing counsel on business formation, acquisitions and dissolutions, she has handled residential and multimillion-dollar commercial real estate transactions.
“I’m honored to join Lindabury, which has such a long and esteemed history of providing exceptional legal services for businesses,” Cahill said. “I look forward to working with the many highly experienced attorneys in the firm, as we bring my expertise in transactional law to clients.”
Cahill previously served as a law clerk in New Jersey’s Superior Court and became a certified mediator, the news release said. Additionally, she was appointed by the Superior Court to represent clients in estate proceedings and act as the administrator of the Probate Early Settlement Panel for Warren County.
The Rutgers Law School-Camden graduate currently serves on the Saint Luke’s Warren Hospital board of trustees and as president of the Warren County Bar Association. She has also been recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in 2018, 2019 and 2020.