Top Boston Environmental Lawyers - Massachusetts

Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Michelman & Bricker, P.C., law firm offers unmatched legal advice and representation to businesses, professionals and families. Serving businesses and residents in the Philadelphia metropolitan area, we have additional offices in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, to better assist those who have legal needs...

Mr. Roelofs opened his Newburyport practice in 2007, after 13 years with two of the Boston area's most prestigious environmental and land use firms. Mr. Roelofs' experience has focused on environmental and land use law. He counsels and advocates for public and private clients in a wide range of matters including permitting, regulatory compliance, enforcement defense, real estate and business...

The law firm of Matthew Watsky, Attorney at Law, has been serving clients in the state of Massachusetts with all their environmental and administrative legal matters for 22 years, 18 of which have been in Dedham. Following his years of service as a deputy general at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, Mr. Watsky took his experience into private practice and opened his own law...

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