Gary M. Hogan

Attorney in Providence, RI
Gary Hogan has extensive experience in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the fields of real estate, bankruptcy law and litigation. He concentrates his practice in commercial real estate transactions, and other sophisticated asset based transactions, development, land use and planning, zoning and related litigation. His expertise includes complex real estate structuring and title matters. He appears in all courts in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island for clients involved in litigation. He has “First Chair” experience in several sophisticated litigation matters and recently obtained judgment for over $1,000,000 claim for one of his clients.

Gary has considerable experience in the bankruptcy field. He represents lenders in collection, foreclosure, bankruptcy and workout matters. He regularly appears in Bankruptcy Court in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts on behalf of his clients. Gary also has considerable experience representing debtors in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases. As a State Legislator,Gary was the prime drafter and sponsor of legislation that amended the Rhode Island Homestead Statute as well as modifications to the exemption statute.

Additionally, Gary has considerable experience representing developers and others before municipal zoning and planning boards and city/town councils. Gary has successfully argued in front to the Rhode Island Supreme Court. During his time as a State Legislator, he played a key role in several important amendments to zoning and planning law and was a member of the judiciary committee.

Gary has successfully permitted two “over 55” developments, a 15 lot residential subdivision and a 14 lot residential subdivision. He also negotiated the sale of a multi-use development project in excess of $7 million.

Gary resides in Smithfield, RI with his wife Mary. Their two children are recent college graduates. He enjoys watching soccer and baseball; golf and the beach.

• Member, Law Review, 1988-1989

• Member, Massachusetts & Rhode Island Bar Associations and the Real Estate Bar Association (REBA)

• Instructor for CLE programs involving real estate and bankruptcy law

• Former State Representative, Rhode Island General Assembly

(508) 520-2200
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Areas of Law

  • Residential Real Estate
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Zoning, Planning and Land Use
  • Real Estate Development
  • Bankruptcy

 

Experience & Credentials

Position

Attorney

Admission Details

Admitted in 1990, Rhode Island
1999, Massachusetts
U.S. District Court, Rhode Island
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Rhode Island, Massachusetts

Law School Attended

Western New England College School of Law
Class of 1990
J.D.
cum laude

University Attended

Rhode Island College
Class of 1982
B.A.

Birth Information

Born in 1960
Providence, Rhode Island, August 27, 1960

Associations & Memberships

Member, Massachusetts & Rhode Island Bar Associations and the Real Estate Bar Association (REBA)
•Instructor for CLE programs involving real estate and bankruptcy law
•Former ... More

Contact Information

Phone

(508) 520-2200

Email

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Office Information
Gary M. Hogan
Attorney
 155 South Main Street,
Providence, RI 02903

Maintains an office in multiple locations
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