Actions Against Municipalities
Cambridge Attorneys for Disputes With Municipalities
Town government in Massachusetts is powerful, controlling many important aspects of life in the area within the town's boundaries. There are almost 300 towns in the Commonwealth and more than 50 cities. In either case, when there is a dispute with a municipality, it is important to rely on an attorney who understands how local government works and can make your case effectively, whatever the venue.
At the Cambridge law firm of Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry, our lawyers undertake actions against towns and cities that have infringed upon the rights of our clients. Such actions can take many forms, from lawsuits and trials to appearing at the town boards to protect our clients' interests. It can be a time-consuming process that requires both patience and an in-depth understanding of how town and city government works in Massachusetts. Our attorneys have been handling such matters for many years and are both skilled and knowledgeable in bringing about a desired resolution.Examples of Our Work
Actions against municipalities can involve almost any issue. Our lawyers undertake matters that include:
- Zoning violations and appeals
- ADA non-compliance claims
- Complaints against schools and school boards
- Hazardous waste and Brownfield matters
- Discrimination claims
- Eminent domain disputes
- Tax disputes
- Environmental complaints
- Board of Health Issues
- Traffic complaints
- Licensing denials
Our clients in these matters are individuals, businesses, schools and not-for-profit agencies. We build upon our many years of handling similar matters throughout the Commonwealth to develop strategies that fit our clients' needs and circumstances.
To schedule an appointment with our Boston civil litigation attorneys, call at 617-494-1920 or send us an e-mail.