- University of Massachusetts – Amherst: B.S. Sport Management
- Suffolk University Law School: JD
- Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association
- Massachusetts Real Estate Broker
Christopher C. Worthy is an associate at Berluti McLaughlin & Kutchin LLP. Mr. Worthy focuses his practice in the areas of corporate law and commercial real estate, advising closely held and family owned businesses on matters regarding corporate operations, including entity formation, asset purchase agreements, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder buy-sell agreements, vendor contracts, and partnership ventures. Mr. Worthy also assists corporate borrowers in complex financing transactions to support ongoing business operations, and advises on day-to-day legal matters.
Representative matters include: Representation of a family-owned retail organization that operates nationwide in all aspects of their business needs, including contract review, financing, and the acquisition of other assets and businesses; and the expansion and relocation of a large Boston based manufacturing company, including the sale of their original location, acquisition of a partnering entity, and the complex financing needed to grow its operations.
Mr. Worthy also represents corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and individuals in a variety of real estate transactions, including purchases, sales, due diligence review, financing, leasing, zoning review, and real estate development. Representative real estate transactions include the purchase of a multi-million dollar business center, leasing transactions for a large manufacturing operation, and the purchase, construction, and creation of multiple condominium complexes.
Prior to joining Berluti McLaughlin & Kutchin LLP, in addition to his primary practice of corporate law and real estate, Mr. Worthy practiced in the areas of family law, probate, and civil litigation. While at Suffolk University Law School, Mr. Worthy was a member of the Family Advocacy Clinic, representing indigent clients and victims of abuse in domestic relations matters. During law school, Mr. Worthy worked as an Appeals Intern at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Office of Appeals, where he met with Massachusetts taxpayers to review disputed audit decisions.