Juliet received her B.A from Brown University in 1985 and her J.D. from the... more
Juliet received her B.A from Brown University in 1985 and her J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley - Boalt Hall in 1990. She has repeatedly been recognized as a Massachusetts and New England Super Lawyer and is rated AV - preeminent by Martindale Hubbell, the highest possible rating. Juliet concentrates her practice in the areas of business litigation, employment litigation and ... view profile
My practice isconcentrated in the area of civil litigation. My primary area of... more
My practice isconcentrated in the area of civil litigation. My primary area of practice invovles creditors, secured lenders and equipment lessors in a variety of commercial matters. I have defended a large number of lender liability cases for banking clients.I also litigate more general business torts, contract disputes, trademark and trade secret litigation, real estate cases, and insurance co... view profile
James A. Swartz is a nationally known and respected trial attorney and consumer... more
James A. Swartz is a nationally known and respected trial attorney and consumer advocate. Mr. Swartz law practice is headquartered in the historic John and Ebenezer Hancock House on the Freedom Trail in Boston, Massachusetts. James Swartz is a dedicated consumer advocate. For many years, Mr. Swartz, as a Director withthe non-profit charitable corporation World Against Toys Causing Har... view profile
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