Frederick E. Dashiell

General Counsel


Frederick E. Dashiell is a transactional and business lawyer with more than 30 years experience in asset management, real estate conveyancing, federal regulatory and labor law, appellate advocacy and criminal and civil litigation.

As a former Assistant U.S. Attorney and private counsel, he has counseled the U.S. government, bank clients, and private business clients in more than $300 million of business transactions involving REO property disposition, asset management services, asset-based lending, residential and commercial loan closings, asset forfeiture seizures and real property acquisitions.

He has served as an Assistant Regional Attorney at the Solicitor's Office, U. S. Department of Labor, a Supervisory and Criminal Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, a Managing Partner for Dashiell & Associates, P. C., and as an Associate Counsel and Lead Real Estate Counsel at a national law firm.

In May 2009, he joined Harrington, Moran, Barksdale, Inc. (HMBI) as its Deputy General Counsel and assumed responsibility as the lead legal counsel for HMBI’s premier Management and Marketing REO vendor services. In August 2013, he became Contract Legal Counsel to the family of HMBI businesses and affiliates, with responsibility for providing legal analysis and counsel, and transactional and business development services to the company principals, before assuming the duties of General Counsel to BK Global.

He is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL, Juris Doctor, 1979, and Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, A.B., cum laude, 1976.

  • More than 30 years experience in asset management, real estate conveyancing, federal regulatory and labor law, appellate advocacy and criminal and civil litigation.
  • Former Assistant U.S. Attorney and private counsel and Former Assistant Regional Attorney at the Solicitor's Office, U. S. Department of Labor, a Supervisory and Criminal Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachuset.
  • Graduated from Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL, Juris Doctor, 1979, and Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, A.B., cum laude, 1976.