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When You Require Boston Legal Counsel
Consider litigators with over forty-five years of experience, including successful referral relationships with in-house corporate counsel and prominent national and international law firms.
Founded by Tom Dwyer, a fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers since 1986 and former President of the Boston Bar Association.
You can obtain the result you desire through Dwyer LLC's formidable experience and expertise supported by an efficient, collaborative, and collegial approach.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly listed Tom Dwyer as one of the 50 Most Influential Attorneys in Massachusetts Over the Past 50 Years.
Dwyer, who “ranks among a tiny cadre of the city’s super criminal defense lawyers,” brings decades of legal acumen to the table with a “focused perseverance and legal savvy [that] have become the stuff of near legend.”
- The Boston Globe
For an executive, in-house, or outside counsel, receipt of a federal grand jury subpoena demands an immediate, reasoned, and aggressive response.
You know that the crisis may bring you or your client to the edge of the abyss.
Even in the most serious of circumstances, this firm’s range and depth of knowledge will provide you with the assurance you need.
First Circuit White-Collar Review
Welcome to the Source for Analysis on White-Collar Matters in the First Circuit.
Designed to help the legal practitioner with arguing white-collar matters in the First Circuit, this compilation of case notes and analysis on selected matters is your one-stop shop.
Without question, when you are looking for either lead or co-counsel in Massachusetts, you need a firm with the knowledge and acumen in civil litigation to develop and execute a winning strategy.
For over forty years, as Tom Dwyer grew a powerhouse litigation boutique, he has continued to contribute to legal reforms in both the Federal and State justice systems.
“Without Tom Dwyer’s help, there would simply be no Business Litigation Session in the Massachusetts Trial Court.”
--Suzanne DelVecchio (former Chief Justice of the Superior Court Division of the Massachusetts Trial Court)