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Sirote Announces Three New Shareholders

July 11, 2012

The law firm of Sirote & Permutt, PC is pleased to announce that Ryan Daugherty, Matthew Geller and Crystal Holmes have become shareholders in the firm.

“We are thrilled that Ryan, Matt and Crystal are now shareholders in Sirote. Each of them will continue to expand the quality representation offered by Sirote attorneys,” said John Cooper, CEO.

Mr. Daugherty's practice focuses on real property litigation matters and related issues, including mortgage banking litigation, commercial and residential landlord tenant law, evictions, ejectments, post foreclosure issues, real property disputes, title issues, commercial lease drafting and negotiation, and materialman's liens and bond claims. He also works extensively in the areas of account collection, contract disputes and construction litigation.

Mr. Geller advises clients throughout all stages of the business life cycle: at organization, through strategic mergers and acquisitions, to eventual exit strategies. In addition, he has broad experience in the development, sale and procurement of business technologies. He regularly provides legal support through all aspects of the IT procurement and sales process, from requests for proposal to the execution of definitive agreements. He previously served as lead counsel supporting the sales team for an industry-leading health care IT company. Mr. Geller was recently named a Top Attorney for both Business Law and Corporate Finance Law by Birmingham Magazine.

Ms. Holmes represents local, regional and national financial institutions as well as borrowers in lending transactions. She represents sellers and buyers in land purchases and sales, and she advises tenants and landlords in lease negotiations. Her practice also focuses on public financing (bonds). She is Vice President of BirminghamCREW and was recently named a Top Attorney for Commercial Real Estate Law by Birmingham Magazine.


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