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  • Daniel M. Rothschild
    Counsel

Dan Rothschild is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Department.

Dan represents individuals, non-profits, educational institutions, businesses and lenders in residential and commercial real estate matters with a focus on conveyancing, financing, foreclosure, loan restructuring, leasing, complex title matters and regulatory, zoning and permitting issues. He is a certified LEED® Green Associate and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council®.

Dan has published in title industry journals and lectured on matters of title, title insurance, the closing process, and legislation affecting the real estate industry. He is a certified mediator with experience mediating residential real estate disputes.


Related Professional Experience

Dan joined the firm in 2007 after six years as Underwriting Counsel at First American Title Insurance Company and Chicago Title Insurance Company. In that capacity he worked with attorney agents to resolve title defects in connection with the issuance of title insurance policies; conducted due diligence and underwriting associated with commercial property acquisitions and refinances; and engaged in due diligence for the resolution of claims made against the title policy.

Publications

Co-Author: “The Effect of Federal Liens on Foreclosures”, Massachusetts Mortgages, Foreclosures and Workouts (MCLE, Inc., 3rd ed. 2004).


Representative Experience

Represented numerous lenders in the restructuring and foreclosure of defaulted commercial and residential loans.

Represented title insurance company in resolution of municipal tax lien foreclosure claim against commercial property.

Represented developer in a public-private joint development arrangement to acquire, renovate and operate multi-modal transportation center.

Represented college in the sale of abandoned buildings to developer and the relocation to another site.

Represented quasi-politic organization in the acquisition of property under Federal Aviation Administration grants.

Represented family landowners in the creation of a structure to preserve and manage vacation properties for the benefit of future generations.