Craig and Macauley
Professional Corporation Boston, Massachusetts Office Profile
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About this office:
With a legacy extending over 50 years, Craig and Macauley Professional Corporation has established itself as one of Boston's most highly regarded mid-sized law firms. The firm has a diverse practice committed to handling the most challenging matters and getting results at costs that remain sensible.
Originally best known for its banking, bankruptcy, and litigation practices, Craig and Macauley now provides a full range of legal services to a diverse group of clients, including Fortune 500, startup, and emerging technology companies, family businesses, insurance carriers and agencies, banks and other financial institutions, venture capital funds, national retailers, real estate developers, and individuals.
Four of the firm's lawyers are being recognized in the 2009 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, three in the area of bankruptcy law and another in banking law. Seven of the firm's principals have been named, most repeatedly, a Massachusetts "Super Lawyer" by the publishers of Law & Politics and Boston Magazine, and five of the firm's other lawyers have been recognized as "Rising Stars" in the Rising Stars Edition of the same publications.
General Practice. Banking, Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights, Civil Litigation, Corporate, Environmental, Estate Planning, Insurance Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, Health Law, Probate, Real Estate and Securities. Trials in all Courts.
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