Kleinberg Kaplan is pleased to have represented Mittleman Brothers, LLC in its completed merger with Aimia Inc. (AIM). This represents another in a recent string of Canadian public company transactions and activism engagements handled by our firm. Kleinberg Kaplan attorneys advising Mittleman included partners Christopher P. Davis and Eric Wagner and associate Alex Shiekman (Corporate), partner…
CHRISTOPHER M. TERRY
Chris Terry advises clients in the areas of real estate and real estate finance law, including joint venture transactions, real estate development, sales and acquisitions, financing, leasing and real estate private equity. He has particular experience in medical office and healthcare development, commercial leasing, and the sale and acquisition of hotels, resorts, and commercial office buildings.
Chris has advised a diverse group of clients, including owners, operators, developers, lenders, borrowers, landlords, tenants and investors in sophisticated transactions in and across the continental United States and Hawaii.
Chris was named a “Rising Star” by Real Estate Weekly in 2019.
University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law (J.D., 2005)
University of Hawaii at Manoa (M.A., 2002)
The College of William and Mary (B.A., 1997)
2009, New York
Kleinberg Kaplan represents Mittleman in its completed merger with AimiaJune 22, 2020Firm News
Leading Boutique Law Firm Kleinberg Kaplan Refreshes Brand with Office Move and New LookFebruary 18, 2020Firm News
Looking ahead to its 50th anniversary in 2021, the 63-lawyer firm relocates to 500 Fifth Avenue in New York, updates logo and website to emphasize six core service areas – Investment Funds, Real Estate, Corporate Transactional & Finance, Litigation & Risk Management, Tax, and Trusts & Estates ########### New York (February 18, 2020) – Leading…
Kleinberg Kaplan Attorneys Featured in Law360 Article on Largest First-Half Hotel M&A DealsJuly 23, 2019Firm News
Kleinberg Kaplan attorneys were recently featured in Law360‘s article on the Largest First-Half Hotel M&A Deals. Kleinberg Kaplan’s contribution includes the $420 million venture with GFI Capital Resources Group (“GFI Capital”) and Elliott Management Corporation (“Elliot”) to acquire the Parker Hotel in New York. Kleinberg Kaplan acted as counsel to both GFI Capital and Elliott.…