22A — September 27 - October 10, 2013 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

57 Verrill Dana attorneys in 3 offices receive recognition

Ted C. Williams, P.E. has been elected as president Landmark announces new leadership and promotions

Portland, ME — 57 law- yers from Verrill Dana, LLP were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2014 The attorneys included are: Portland Office: David S. Abramson (Family Law, Sports Law); Eric D. Altholz (Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Health Care Law); Scott D. Anderson (Administrative / Regulatory Law, Land Use & Zoning Law, Litigation – Environmental); Charles P. Bacall (Copyright Law, Trademark Law); Kelly B. Boden (Land Use & Zon- ing Law); ee Benefits (ERISA) Law); Law – Management, Liti- gation - Labor & Employment, Workers’ Compensation Law – Employers); Juliet T. Browne (Energy Law, Environmental Law, Litigation – Environmen- tal, Natural Resources Law); Anthony M. Calcagni (Real Estate Law); Chris A. Caseiro (Patent Law); Roger A. Clem- ent, Jr. (Bankruptcy and Credi- tor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law, Liti- gation – Bankruptcy); Chris- topher J.W. Coggeshall (Real Estate Law); James I. Cohen (Administrative / Regulatory Law, Government Relations Practice); Kimberly S. Couch (Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law); Douglas P. Currier (Em- ployment Law – Management, Immigration Law, Labor Law – Management, Litigation - Labor & Employment); Michael J. Donlan (Litigation - Real Estate; William M. Fletcher (Real Estate Law); Harold J. Friedman (Bet-the-Company Litigation, Commercial Litiga- tion, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Product Liabil- ity Litigation – Defendants); Gregory S. Fryer (Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions Law, Securities / Capital Mar- kets Law, Securities Regula- tion); David S. Galgay, Jr. (Real Estate Law); John P. Giffune (Construction Law, Litigation – Construction); Kenneth F. Ginder (Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law); Gregg H. Ginn (Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law); James G. Goggin (Liti- gation - Intellectual Property, Litigation – Patent); Mark K.

Googins (Banking and Finance Law, Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions Law); Karen Kimball Hartford (Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law); Wil- liam S. Harwood (Administra- tive / Regulatory Law, Energy Law; Nora Healy (Administra- tive / Regulatory Law; Keith C. Jones (Corporate Law, Merg- ers & Acquisitions Law, Secu- rities / Capital Markets Law, Securities Regulation; Kurt E. Klebe (Litigation - Trusts & Estates, Non-Profit / Charities Law, Trusts and Estates; Wil- liam C. Knowles (Commercial Litigation, Litigation - Land Use & Zoning, Litigation - Trusts & Estates, Personal In- jury Litigation – Defendants; Alan D. MacEwan (Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions Law; Christopher S. McLoon (Corporate Law, Tax Law; Mary McQuillen (Trusts and Estates; Suzanne E. Meeker (Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law; Richard G. Moon (Em- ployment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management; Charles R. Oestreicher (Real Estate Law; James C. Palmer (Real Estate Law; Raymond A. Pelletier (Real Estate Law; Jacqueline W. Rider (Litiga- tion - Trusts & Estates, Trusts and Estates; A. Robert Ruesch (Construction Law, Litigation – Construction; Christopher R. Smith (Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions Law; Elizabeth Connellan Smith (Workers’ Compensation Law – Employers; WilliamH. Stiles (Health Care Law; David E. Warren (Corporate Law; Peter B. Webster (Corporate Law; Brett Witham (Health Care Law Boston Office: Thomas O. Bean (Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Bankruptcy; Mark A. Borreliz (Health Care Law); Gene Dahmen (Family Law; Jeffrey L. Heidt (Health Care Law; Regina M. Hurley (Fam- ily Law; Karen A. Mignone (Environmental Law; Eliza- beth Murdock Myers (Corpo- rate Law); Gary A. Rosenberg (Health Care Law; Augusta Office: Michael V. Saxl (Govern- ment Relations Practice. n “Adam has joined the firm as part of a select team of associ- ates who will represent major corporate users in their real estate activities,” said Medina. “As a member of our Tenant Representation platform, he will focus on professional ser- vices firms, as well as local and national corporate users.” n


ew Castle, DE — Landmark Sci- ence & Engineer-

ing, Inc. , one of the region’s largest integrated civil engi- neering, land surveying and environmental sciences con- sulting firms, announced the following changes to its corpo- rate leadership: Ted C. Wil- liams, P.E . has been elected as president, Keith R. Kooker, P.E. as EVP and secretary, Joseph G. Charma, P.E . as VP operations, and Helen V. Apostolico as treasurer. past president Bruce J. Tease, P.E. will now serve as chairman of the board, following seven suc- cessful years as president. Other promotions involving firm associates include: Helen V. Apostolico as chief finan- cial officer, Keith A. Rudy, P.E., LEED AP as director of sciences and water resources, M. Shane Minner, P.E. as director of engineering, Kevin Hansen, P.G., LEEDAP as di- rector of business development, WASHINGTON, DC — HFF announced has hired John Owendoff in its Wash- ington, D.C. office to focus on retail property investment sale transactions through- out the Mid-Atlantic region. Owendoff will team up with Jordan Lex , who has been with HFF since 2006. Owendoff and Lex will be part of a national retail invest- ment sale team that closed $12.1 billion of sales in 383 million s/f over the last 10 years. The new teamwill work closely with D anny Finkle and Barry Brown who co- head the HFF retail effort nationally. HFF was ranked #3 Top Retail Broker in 2012 by Real Capital Analytics and #3 Top Broker of Shopping Centers in 2012 by Real Estate Mid-Atlantic — The office that best embodies the Sperry Van Ness culture and thus is able to increase its market share receives the Sperry Van Ness Firm of the Year award. This year, the award is given to Sperry Van Ness - Miller Commercial Real Estate. SVN-Miller, which has of- fices in Maryland and Dela- ware, has been a Sperry Van

Ted C. Williams

Keith A. Rudy

Keith R. Kooker

M. Shane Minner

and Troy W. Rees, P.L.S. as director of land surveying. Williams brings 36 years of experience as he leads the firm into its 27th year per- forming public and private land development projects. He earned a Bachelors of Civil En- gineering degree from Drexel University, specializing in transportation engineering. In 2013, Ted completed service as the national Chairman of the American Council of Engineer- ing Companies (ACEC) – the voice of America’s engineering industry. During his tenure as ACEC chairman, he travelled extensively throughout the Owendoff joins HFF from Cushman & Wakefield, where he was most recently a senior director in the capital markets group. While at Cushman & Wakefield, Owendoff was involved in the disposition of over $6 billion in commercial real estate assets, including nearly $750 million in retail transactions. Prior to work- ing in commercial real estate, Owendoff spent six years as a consultant providing advisory services to numerous Fortune 500 companies. He holds a Master of Business Admin- istration degree from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a Bachelor Alert and is one of the leading retail intermediaries in the U. S. as ranked by the Mortgage Bankers Association.

U.S. and abroad to speak for the engineering industry on behalf of ACEC, a national association that represents over 4,000 firms and 450,000 employees. Kooker, P.E. has spent 17 of his 23 years as a profession- al engineer with Landmark, managing the Dover office. He earned a Bachelors of Civil En- gineering degree at Lafayette College and specializes in the design of environmental and civil engineering projects in- volving wastewater treatment, septic systems, water/sewer transmission and pumping stations. n of Science degree from the University of Virginia. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. Lex has been involved in more than $4.5 billion in com- mercial real estate transac- tions. He is a member of the International Council of Shop- ping Centers and the Urban Land Institute and holds a Bachelor of Business Admin- istration degree from College of William and Mary. “We look forward to John and Jordan solidifying HFF’s retail investment sales prac- tice in the Mid-Atlantic region and we are excited to continue to build upon our investment sales platformnationally,” said JimMeisel , senior managing director and co-head of HFF’s Washington, D.C. office. n

HFF adds John Owendoff to focus on retail property investment sale transactions

Miller Commercial Real Estate receives Sperry Van Ness award Ness franchisee since 2007. That was the year that the principals decided to bring together the top commercial producers in the area to form a specialized commercial real estate group. 31, all working among its six offices. SVN-Miller places a lot of emphasis on having a so- ciable atmosphere by involv- ing the entire staff in various group activities throughout the year.

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ — Adam Matloff has joined Cushman & Wakefield as a sales associate – leasing ser- vices, announced Gualberto “Gil” Medina , executive man- aging director. He will be based in the commercial real estate services firm’s East Rutherford office. Cushman & Wakefield hires Adam Matloff

The SVN-Miller team start- ed out in January 2007 with 15 staff members including two managing directors and eight advisors. Today, they have doubled the staff to a total of

SVN-Miller also holds an Annual Investor Forum each year in which advisors and the marketing director plan collaboratively. n

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