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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer - Environmental and land use law||Boston Magazine||2004|
|Managing Attorney||Perry Hicks, LLC||1983 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Dartmouth Heritage Preservation Trust||Vice President||N/A|
|Massachusetts Bar Association||Grandfather Rights and Chapter 40A||2000|
|Boston University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1978|
|Pomona College (Claremont)||N/A||N/A||1973|
Posted by anonymous
Daniel Crossman Perry is a superb lawyer who avoids litigation when possible; when he must go to trial, he wins cases with the merest flick of his intellect and experience. I have seen him turn in stellar performances not only in his usual field--land use cases--but also in a broad range of general litigation--including the winning of a very complex case involving a pension fund that left opposing counsel bewildered and scratching her head. I have personally witnessed naughty government officials *tremble* while being cross-examined by Dan. His one weakness is that he can, at times, be closed-mouthed and hard to reach. I spent seventeen thousand dollars in legal fees involving a residential condominium in Boston, where a large, famous Boston firm had been hired. This was only because Dan was unavailable; he would have resolved the case with equal skill and one-third the fee. Do not hesitate to bring to Dan your estate planning needs--trusts, wills, and health care proxies--as well. Dan has *literally* written the book on one of the most obscure and difficult areas of legal practice in Massachusetts--property lawyers across the state reach for his treatise on the Subdivision Control Law, which he wrote for the august MCLE (Massachusetts Commission for Legal Education). Dan's partner Marc Deshaies is an excellent lawyer as well. Judges--especially prickly, hard-to-please Superior Court Judges--know Dan, trust him, and like him. This guy is power you definitely want in your corner. In the areas of complex litigation, property, and land use, this gentleman is as good a lawyer as anyone in Boston for 50% the fee.
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