Whether you have a conflict resulting from a real estate transaction, business acquisition, business restructuring or divestiture, our attorneys are focused on a timely resolution.
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We frequently serve as court-appointed receivers to preserve, turnaround and/or sell distressed real estate assets and businesses.
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Our expansive project development experience spans public and private projects and innovative legislation that impacts the economic development of our region.
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We have been integrally involved in the purchase and sale of three acute-care community hospitals, two nursing homes, several physician practices, and a healthcare clinic.
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Firm Profile

At Ferrucci Russo, we represent and counsel clients in commercial litigation and receiverships and insolvencies. We are active in project development and construction matters for prominent real estate projects that have shaped our local landscape from casino gaming development to major energy facilities to waterfront development to infrastructure modernization to historic renovations.

In the healthcare arena, we have pioneered the concept of protecting acute-care community hospitals through the mastership process, and developed experience in hospital conversion, change of control, certificate of need, and other contested regulatory matters.

After years at large, regional law firms, the principals at Ferrucci Russo founded our firm to foster more direct contact with clients. The same lawyers you work with from day-one, go to court on your behalf, and remain accessible as your primary contact. In our experience, this approach gets results.

 


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Town officials plan to apply for a $500,000 grant from the federal government to fund the cleanup of four lagoons that were used to treat chemicals and other wastewater at the former Bradford Dyeing Association property. If approved, the town would be required to contribute $100,000 toward the cost of the work. The 61-acre property at 460 Bradford Road, which was used as a textile mill from 1911 to 2012, is currently in receivership, a state-court process akin to bankruptcy. Town officials, ... Read More >
The crux of a lawsuit over a water deal between the Town of Johnston and Chicago-based power plant developer Invenergy may come down to six words in a century-old state law. Those words — “other ordinary municipal water supply purposes” — either allow Johnston to sell some of its Scituate Reservoir water to the $1-billion power plant that Invenergy wants to build in Burrillville, or they forbid it, depending on how the phrase is interpreted. See full article here Read More >
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