Matthew Watsky Attorney at Law

  • Established in 1994
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  • Federal, State and Local Environmental Law, Land Use and Permitting; Wetlands and Coastal Permitting; Hazardous Waste; Zoning; Administrative Law
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About this firm

A Leading Boston-area Environmental Law Firm

Sound environmental legal counsel in Massachusetts

For over 25 years, Matthew Watsky, founder of Matthew Watsky, Attorney at Law, has been committed to helping clients with their environmental and administrative legal issues, including-

Environmental law

- Environmental permitting, review, and litigation

- Wetlands regulations

- Environmental law

- Hazardous waste

- Coastal environmental law

- Solid waste

- Administrative law

- Real estate development

- Administrative law

- Municipal law

- Zoning and land use

- Aviation law (FAA)

- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Mr. Watsky knows how administrative agencies operate from his five years serving as deputy general counsel at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in addition to his environmental law private practice. Clients facing problems with such agencies benefit from his insider knowledge, extensive experience, and ability to resolve issues.

Whether Mr. Watsky is guiding a company through a complex permitting process with multiple agencies, a marina dealing with the Chapter 91 program, or a property owner facing environmental restrictions to land use, he provides sound, experienced, and insightful counsel.

Mr. Watsky takes the time to understand his clients' legal concerns and objectives. He strives for excellence while applying the most cost-effective solutions available and endeavors to produce the best outcome for each client's particular needs-individual, business, or municipality.

Mr. Watsky has achieved an AV® Preeminent™ Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ -a distinction signifying outstanding legal work, professionalism, and ethical standards.

Successfully serving clients throughout Massachusetts

As a Boston-area law firm, Matthew Watsky, Attorney at Law has a statewide Massachusetts law practice. Mr. Watsky assists individuals, businesses, and municipalities with their environmental law matters in all cities and counties throughout Massachusetts.

Mr. Watsky welcomes work from other law firms either working on cases jointly or as local counsel.

Meeting your administrative and environmental legal needs in Massachusetts

For experienced counsel and representation with your administrative and environmental law matters, contact Matthew Watsky, Attorney at Law today.

Areas of Practice (13)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Environmental Permitting
  • Wetlands Regulation
  • Coastal Environmental Law
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Solid Waste
  • Zoning Law
  • Subdivisions
  • Environmental Law
  • Real Estate Development
  • Administrative Law
  • Osha
  • Land Use
  • Planning Law

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