- General Practice With An Emphasis On Complex Litigationlitigation
- The Representation Of Institutional Lenders In Residential
- Commercial Conveyancing
- Commercial Collections
- General Real Estate
- Corporate Law
- Condominium Law
- Construction Law
- Landlord And Tenant Law
- Government Contracts
"Excellence...One Client at a Time"
Recognized Massachusetts Business Law, Civil Litigation and Real Estate Attorneys Since 1979
When you need solutions for a business law, civil litigation, or real estate matter, what does success mean? At the Boston office of Nathanson & Goldberg, success is defined by looking at the whole picture. Their attorneys take time to talk with you in-depth about your needs and make a careful analysis of your unique legal matters. They take into account all the factors that can affect the outcome of your case - real-world, legal, and financial - and then take deliberate actions to make your vision of success a reality. Legal matters are always handled with the utmost respect, and with a thorough analysis of all possible consequences.
This whole-picture approach has given the firm of Nathanson & Goldberg a reputation for excellence in Boston's legal community. The experienced attorneys have been recognized by Boston Magazine and Massachusetts Super Lawyers & Rising Stars. They have also received an AV rating under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system for their high level of service and ethical practice of law, and have been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell in their Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
Offering the Flexibility to Meet Your Changing Legal Needs
Nathanson & Goldberg handles the needs of our diverse clientele by offering flexible solutions and drawing on the varied legal and professional experiences of its lawyers. Attorneys at the firm have represented large and small businesses, contractors, developers, and individuals in litigation before Massachusetts State and Federal Courts, including the Superior Court, Land Court, and District Courts in Massachusetts, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Federal Claims Court, the State Housing Courts, and various State and Federal agencies.
Nathanson & Goldberg has the capacity to grow and change with you as your needs change. Many satisfied clients have initially come to Nathanson & Goldberg for small business services, but then continued their relationship during company growth and future conflicts.
Relationships Based on Communication
Lawyers at Nathanson & Goldberg understand the importance of communication with their clients throughout the course of legal action. That is why they use the latest technology to keep in constant contact. You can always expect a prompt response to your email, phone call, or voicemail message.
At Nathanson & Goldberg, the fee structure is based on hourly charges ranging from para-professional rates of less than $100.00 per hour, to senior partners at $315.00 per hour. Generally a retainer is required for legal services. On occasion, attorneys will work on a contingency basis if an advance minimum fee can be agreed upon.
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