Paul Frank + Collins welcomes Shelburne resident

Robert Roesler

Paul Frank + Collins (PF+C) is pleased to announce that Robert Roesler of Shelburne has joined the firm as Of Counsel to work on the firm’s Property and Development, Commercial Finance, and Business Services and Taxation groups. Roesler is a graduate of Williams College and the University of Colorado law school. He comes to PF+C following 35 plus years of practice at established Burlington law firms.

Roesler has diverse experience in the purchase and sale of commercial, retail, industrial, and multi-family residential properties, structuring and pursuing development transactions, and negotiating leases and subleases. Roesler’s finance practice emphasizes structural and security aspects of commercial lending work, and he has represented lenders, participant banks, borrowers, guarantors and investors in a variety of loan and finance transactions from multi-million dollar portfolio loans and international transactions to short-term unsecured financings and credit lines. PF+C Founder Peter Collins stated, “Having worked with Bob for many years when he was with another firm, I can attest to his professionalism and skill. We are very pleased to have him working at Paul Frank + Collins.”

Roesler is a founder and current President and Chairman of the Board of Vermont Attorneys Title Corporation.  He is also a Selectboard member in the town of Shelburne. In addition, he is a board member and past-president of Cancer Patient Support, an independent non-profit organization dedicated to offering free comprehensive supportive services to cancer patients and their families throughout Vermont and upstate New York.

Formed in 1968, Paul Frank + Collins is a 25-lawyer firm with 50 employees based in Burlington. The firm’s attorneys provide a wide range of legal services to commercial, institutional and individual clients throughout Vermont, the United States, and Canada.

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