I am originally from Miami, FL and speak Spanish fluently. I moved to Boston in 2003... more
I am originally from Miami, FL and speak Spanish fluently. I moved to Boston in 2003 in order to attend Boston College. After graduating in 2007, I attended Suffolk University Law School. I graduated in May 2010 and passed both the Massachusetts Bar Exam and the Florida Bar Exam later that year. I am currently licensed to practice law in The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, The United States ... 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
David M. Bilodeau, an Associate at GERW, practiced with Howard at Rosenberg,... more
David M. Bilodeau, an Associate at GERW, practiced with Howard at Rosenberg, Freedman & Goldstein LLP. He originally began at RFG as a law clerk while attending Suffolk University Law School and became an Associate after graduating in 2011. David focuses his practice in domestic relations litigation with expertise in business valuation. Before law school, David worked in the private sector for... view profile
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