Richard J. Levin

Richard J. Levin

Rick is a partner in the firm, practicing primarily in the areas of secured lending and commercial finance, commercial leasing and real estate, real estate and creditor’ rights litigation and corporate law. Rick has represented many of the major Boston commercial banks in both and asset-based and real estate lending transactions for more than 30 years. He serves as outside corporate and/or real estate counsel to many closely held corporations and real estate companies and investors. He has substantial experience in corporate transactions and business planning.

Rick has been practicing law in Boston since 1975. After serving as an Assistant District Attorney for Middlesex County, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Rick joined the law firm of Fine & Ambrogne as an associate, where his focus was on bank and real estate litigation and bankruptcy matters. In 1981, he formed his own firm, Levin & Berk, which merged in 1987 with a mid-sized Boston firm, Looney & Grossman. For nine years, Rick was a senior partner at Looney & Grossman, until founding Heller, Levin & Seksay, PC in 1995. In February, 2001, he joined with Marc Cumsky, a colleague from his Fine & Ambrogne days.

Rick is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce (University of Pennsylvania) with a B.S. in Economics (1972) and was awarded a J.D. from Boston University School of Law (1975). Rick is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar (1975) as well as to the bars of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Massachusetts, the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He is the co-author of “Commercial Lending in Massachusetts”, National Business Institute, 2002 and the recipient of the American Jurisprudence Book Award, Corporations.

Rick is married to Arlene Levin, a Vice President of Eastern Research Group of Lexington, Massachusetts, and they have two children.