Bulkley, Richardson and Gelinas, LLP
Boston, Massachusetts OfficeView all offices
125 High Street, Oliver Street Tower, 16th Floor
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Office Hours:Monday: 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.
Other hours by appointment.
About this office:
Commitment to Clients. Commitment to Quality. Commitment to Community.
Bulkley Richardson, with offices in Springfield, Boston and Amherst, Massachusetts, provides high-quality legal services addressing a broad range of sophisticated matters. Founded in the 1920s, our firm's standard of excellence is built upon the quality of our lawyers, support staff and physical and technological resources.
With over 40 lawyers, we emphasize personal contact with clients and efficient, cost-effective service and understand that our clients' objectives determine legal strategies, not vice versa. While the quality of our services equals that of large national firms, we emulate the qualities one would expect from small local law firms. We have an interest in long-term client relationships and appreciate each client's desire for cost-effective representation. We seek to maintain a reputation for specializing in client service and satisfaction. We commit ourselves to those objectives, and utilize our talent, experience, energy, common sense and integrity to meet them effectively and efficiently.
We have a team of exceptionally talented attorneys and staff with a reputation for high quality legal work. We understand that we need to earn this reputation every day, on every matter, for every client. Our departments and practice groups are made up of lawyers with excellent academic credentials, substantial experience, the respect of colleagues and courts and a pragmatic approach to problem solving. We combine our abilities with our commitment to client service to ensure the quality our clients deserve.
We cherish and work hard to maintain our reputation as a firm committed to the communities in which our clients and we live and work. As a firm and individually, we actively participate in professional, civic, political, educational, social service and cultural organizations and causes. As legal counselors, board members, volunteers and supporters, we are proud to help many organizations and institutions in their efforts to improve the quality of life in our communities.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Business and Finance; Mergers and Acquisitions; Joint Ventures; Financing; Corporations; Partnerships; Securities Law; Taxation; Antitrust; Employment Relations; Domestic Relations; Divorces; Modifications of Existing Judgments; Contempt and other Enforcement Actions; Interstate Custody Disputes; Disputes Between Cohabitants; Paternity Cases; Adoptions; Guardianships; Appeals, Including Those Establishing New Principles of Law; Environmental Law; Cercla and G.l. C.21e; Federal and State Clean Water Acts and Clean Air Acts ; Wetlands Law, Including Obtaining Permits From the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Federal and State Hazardous Waste Laws and Facility Siting Requirements; Lead Paint Contamination, Abatement and Litigation; Brownfields Redevelopment; Solid Waste Management Law; Environmental Impact Review; Estate Planning and Administration; Structuring Assets to Minimize Estate Taxes; Marital Deductions; Generation Skipping; Use of Irrevocable Insurance Trusts To Minimize Estate Taxes and Provide Estate Liquidity; Charitable and Other Gifts, Including Creation of Private Foundations, Unitrusts and Annuity Trusts; Estate and Gift Taxation and Income Taxation of Estates, Trusts and Beneficiaries; Use of Disclaimers; Litigation/ADR; Constitutional Law and Civil Rights; Antitrust and Unfair Competition; Insurance; Product Liability; Personal Injury and Workers Compensation; Securities; Age, Sex, Race and Other Forms of Discrimination and Wrongful Employment Termination; Contracts; Copyright, Patent and Trademark; Environmental Issues; Banking and Other Financial Services; Real Estate; Real Estate Development and Permitting - Zoning, Wetland, Sub-Division Control; Conveyancing and Title Insurance - Including Title Insurance Claims Matters; Permitting, Developing and Financing Multifamily and Affordable Housing; Landlord/Tenant; Workouts and Foreclosures; Environmental Issues, Including Brownfields Development and Management Of Hazardous Waste Risks; Estate Planning; Tax Abatements and Exemptions; Condominium and Timeshare Development and Governance; Appellate Practice ; Construction Law; Employment Law; Finance, Banking and Bankruptcy; Government Strategies; Health Law; Intellectual Property; Professional Malpractice; Schools, Colleges and Universities.
(For complete biographical data on all personnel, see Professional Biographies at Springfield, Massachusetts)