Mr. Last represents clients with respect to air, water and hazardous materials... more
Mr. Last represents clients with respect to air, water and hazardous materials regulatory matters involving the United States Environmental Protection Agency and state and local governmental agencies. He also represents clients with respect to solid waste management facility siting and operational issues and developers in connection with obtaining environmental approvals and performing environ... view profile
When I am not practicing law, I am an avid outdoorsman - mountain hiking, canoeing,... more
When I am not practicing law, I am an avid outdoorsman - mountain hiking, canoeing, kayaking, bicycling and most activities in the woods and wilds. And of course, I love spending time with my wife, Judy, two grown daughters, Anna and Rebecca, and my extended family.
Daniel P. Dain is Chairman of Brennan, Dain, Le Ray, Wiest, Torpy Garner, P.C. He is... more
Daniel P. Dain is Chairman of Brennan, Dain, Le Ray, Wiest, Torpy Garner, P.C. He is a trial lawyer whose practice emphasizes representing real estate developers and property owners. Mr. Dain started his career as a commercial litigator at Goodwin Procter LLP before becoming co-chair of that firms real estate and land use litigation practice group. Mr. Dain maintains a varied real esta... view profile
My areas of practice include commercial and residential real estate, as well as... more
My areas of practice include commercial and residential real estate, as well as consistent involvement in commercial loan documentation, representing numerous area financial lending institutions and business borrowers. In addition, I handle zoning and subdivision issues.
Rich’s practice focuses on real estate development, from site acquisition to... more
Rich’s practice focuses on real estate development, from site acquisition to permitting, financing and development. For over 25 years, he has advised clients on all aspects of land use law, including zoning, subdivision, wetlands, historic preservation and environmental impact review.
See www.antennazoning.com. Member of the bar in the District of Columbia and the... more
See www.antennazoning.com. Member of the bar in the District of Columbia and the State of Maine, by examination in each case. Caution: I restrict my practice to matters involving federal communications law, especially antenna zoning, permitting and leasing. As examples, I cannot help you with a divorce, will or consumer matter in Massachusetts.
Mr. Orsmond focuses on land use, environmental, and complex insurance matters in... more
Mr. Orsmond focuses on land use, environmental, and complex insurance matters in transactional, permitting, and litigation work. His clients include families and individuals, non-profit corporations, Fortune 500 companies, closely-held companies, schools and universities, municipalities, insurance regulators, and liquidating trusts. Mr. Orsmond works closely with his clients to devise and imp... view profile
Land use / zoning attorneys help you understand land use laws and zoning regulations, both of which concern how you use your land (for businesses, homes, farms, factories, etc.). Zoning regulations specify things such as how close together different types of buildings can be (for example, single-family homes versus high-rise apartment buildings), how far back from the sidewalk buildings must be set, how high you can build, and how much parking you need to provide. A land use / zoning attorney can determine which rules apply to your property and development activities, and whether you qualify for any exceptions to these rules.