Mr. Richmondconcentrates his practice in civil litigation in state and federal... more
Mr. Richmondconcentrates his practice in civil litigation in state and federal courts, with a strong emphasis on construction law issues, and complex business matters. Mr. Richmond also has ample experience handling matters in various ADR forums, including but not limited to, the American Arbitration Association, JAMS, FINRA, and the Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts. Mr. Richmond is... view profile
Scafidi, Juliano & Hurd, LLP is a boutique real estate law firm located in... more
Scafidi, Juliano & Hurd, LLP is a boutique real estate law firm located in Massachusetts. The firm currently has three offices: Wellesley, Woburn, and Arlington. The firm's primary focus is real estate law but our attorneys have experience in a number of areas. Below is a list of all practice areas at the current time: Business/corporate law: focusing on small to mid-sized businesses and st... view profile
CAMERON C. PEASE concentrates his practice in civil litigation, commercial and... more
CAMERON C. PEASE concentrates his practice in civil litigation, commercial and business law, commercial and residential landlord tenant matters, and employment law. Mr. Pease has been admitted to practice in Massachusetts since 1992 and has tried cases before the Superior Court, District Court, Probate and Family Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, and Housing Courts of the Commonwealth of Mass... view profile
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