Business and Civil Litigation
Corporate & Business
Land Use and Zoning
Public Sector/Governmental Services
Real Estate & Conveyancing
Receivership & Business Insolvency
Jeremy B. Savage, Managing Partner
Jeremy focuses his practice on general corporate, transactional, receivership, real estate and litigation. Jeremy brings a wealth of general corporate legal and business experience from his previous role of President and General Counsel at Kiel James Patrick, which makes him an invaluable advisor to his clients. In addition to this recent private sector experience, Jeremy has previously worked as a corporate associate at Hinckley Allen and as an intern for U.S. District Court Judge John J. McConnell Jr., United States Bankruptcy Court Judge Stephen Rhodes on the City of Detroit bankruptcy case and Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, where he participated in the design of and drafted the legislation that created the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank.
Jeremy is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, cum laude, and Lawrence University, magna cum laude.
- 2015, University of Michigan, Cum Laude
- 2012, Lawrence University. B.A. English/Philosophy Magna Cum Laude
All State and Federal Courts in:
- Rhode Island
- Represented the City of Pawtucket in connection with $300MM+ development of a professional soccer stadium and mixed-use development at Tidewater Landing.
- Represented private developer in connection with the acquisition of property and development of a $100MM multi-modal port to service the off-shore wind industry.
- Represented leading regional solar and wind power developer in connection with various projects.
- Represented a mutual insurance company in connection with strategic and sensitive acquisition of potential development sites.
- Represented a closely held international fashion brand in the negotiation of bad-actor shareholder’s exit and redemption of his interest.
- Oversaw the daily operations of a 200 bed skilled nursing facility during COVID-19 outbreak while representing the Court appointed Special Master. Included managing COVID-19 policy, navigating incidents affecting RIDOH licensure, union strike, negotiating and facilitating record-setting sale price, negotiating and facilitating the change in effective control process.
- Oversaw the daily operations of a regional substance use disorder treatment non-profit with a portfolio comprised of seventeen programs across four states while representing the Court appointed Special Master. Negotiated a successful transition for all programs despite extreme financial pressures, preserving over 150 jobs.
Rhode Island Hospital Board of Governors