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• Business and government lawyer with a primary focus on the energy and insurance industries in New England.

• Energy experience includes contracts for electricity, natural gas, water, and emission credits; acquisition, ownership and permitting of nuclear, fossil, hydro, wind and photovoltaic generation; NEPOOL and ISO New England matters; state and federal regulatory proceedings; trials and appeals, utility bankruptcy and arbitration.

• Insurance agency purchase and sale transactions; organization and licensing; non-competition and employee contracts, perpetuation agreements, aggregation and joint venture arrangements.

• Represents business clients before courts and adminstrative agencies.



• Wind turbine electric generating projects
• Insurance agency premium aggregation and brokerage agreements
• Municipal electric systems
• Contract litigation


Contact info

125 High Street
26th Floor
Boston, MA, 02110

Practice areas


  1. Business: 34%
    35 years
  2. Energy: 33%
    35 years
  3. Litigation: 33%
    35 years

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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Peer Review RatedMartindale-Hubbell2008
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
ShareholderFerriter Scobbo & Rodophele, PC.1988 - Present
PartnerGranger & O'Connor1980 - 1988
Association namePosition nameDuration
Massachusetts Bar AssociationMember1980 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company v. City of Springfield, 49 Mass. App. Ct. 108 (2000)Summary judgment for client affirmed on appeal
Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company v. Massachusetts Energy Facilities Sitting Council, 411 Mass. 183 (1991).Adverse order of administrative agency successfully overturned.
MASSPOWER v. Massachusetts Wholesale Electric Company, Suffolk Superior Court, Civil Action No. 07-3243 BLS2 (2011)Successful defense of a $52 million claim for breach of a power purchase agreement
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Publication nameTitleDate
The StandardThe Massachusetts Wage Act: A Law with Teeth2013
Massachusetts Lawyers JournalElectricity: good or service?2013
The StandardIn the Boardroom: Why Agency Owners Need a Buyout Agreement2013
Massachusetts Lawyers WeeklyMind the secrets of forum selection clauses2012
Boston Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Section NewsletterSmall Firm, Big Success: Case Note on MASSPOWER v. MMWEC2011
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Suffolk University Law SchoolN/AJD - Juris Doctor1980
Worcester Polytechnic InstituteChemical EngineeringBS - Bachelor of Science1975