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Scott C. Gladstone, Attorney at Law - Chestnut Hill, MA

822 Boylston StreetSuite 300 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

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Updated: 07/09/2021

Chestnut Hill Business Litigation Law Firm


Scott C. Gladstone is a business litigation attorney with extensive experience in several areas of civil litigation including: construction law, real estate disputes, closely held corporation disputes, contract disputes, securities arbitrations, employment discrimination and non-competition agreements, and other legal issues arising in the business setting...

About Scott C. Gladstone, Attorney at Law


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Business Litigation 35%
  • Construction Law 25%
  • Land Use and Zoning and Liquor Licensing Issues 25%
  • Business Mediation 10%
  • General Counsel Services for Business Clients 5%
  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Contracts
  • Discrimination
  • Civil Litigation
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Corporation Disputes
  • Contract Disputes
  • Securities Arbitrations
  • Non-Competition Agreements
  • Employee Benefit Plan Disputes Covered By State Law or ERISA
  • Mediation & Collaborative Law


  • 75%

Pro Bono Activities

  • Officer, Temple Emeth Chestnut Hill, 2006 - 2014
  • President, Ma'or Collaborative Religious School, 1997 - 2000

Representative Clients

  • South Shore Millwork, Norton Massachusetts
  • Bodyscapes Fitness
  • Osaka Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse
  • OnSource


  • Kenneth Goldstein, Goldstein & Herndon, LLP
  • Arthur Sneider, Sneider and Kellman




Offers Free Initial Consultation

Office Information


822 Boylston StreetSuite 300 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467


  • 617-730-4524

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