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Erik Newman focuses his land use practice in the areas of real estate development, environmental law and condominium and timeshare law.
Erik has registered numerous condominium and subdivision developments with the Dept. of Justice and advises homeowners associations and developers concerning project instruments and administration. Erik represents power producers and utilities in effectively managing municipal and state approval of infrastructure siting. He has also prepared commercial lease agreements and negotiated all aspects of the acquisition and sale of commercial properties and timber rights.
He has earned the designation of Associate Resort Professional (ARP) with the American Resort Development Association and is a member of its State Legislative Committee who also writes and speaks on timeshare and resort topics.
Before joining Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, Erik worked as a law clerk with the Massachusetts Land Court in Boston. Prior to law school, he worked for an investment property sales company in New York City.
Erik is a graduate of Boston College Law School and received his bachelor of arts degree, magna cum laude, from Colgate University.
Attorney Newman is a member of the New Hampshire Bar.
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