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  • August 01, 2013

    Ferriter Scobbo attorney Michael Vhay spoke at the US Environmental Protection Agency’s July 2013 Community Involvement Conference.  His topic was how to create and implement successful “supplemental environmental projects.”  Since 2008, Mike has worked with Sterling Suffolk Racecourse LLP, the owner of the Suffolk Downs racetrack in Boston.  Mike successfully navigated Suffolk through complex negotiations that resolved significant alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act.  The settlement resulted in an August 2012 consent decree that requir

  • August 01, 2013

    Ferriter Scobbo was a proud sponsor of the NECA Environmnental conference. Shareholder Nick Scobbo also serverd as moderator to a panel on Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

  • July 31, 2013

    In June, Robert Rodophele was named as one of New England's Best Lawyers in the Government Relations category.

    Shareholder Robert Granger published an article in The Standard.

  • July 30, 2013

    It's been a busy summer here at Ferriter Scobbo! We've been involved in a number of different events and projects.

    In early May, Robert Rodophele attended the spring State Law Resources conference in Washington, DC.  State Law Resources is an organization of law firms, one from each state's capital city, that have both government relations and other areas of law. Ferriter Scobbo & Rodophele, PC is the Massachusetts law firm. Mr. Rodophele is our firm's primary contact for State Law Resources.

  • July 30, 2013

    On April 11th, Ferriter Scobbo shareholders Nick Scobbo, Robert Rodophele and Michael Vhay attended the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce's Government Affairs Forum Breakfast. Alongside their guests Jane Etsy, Bill Young, Karin Landry and Ed Donahue, they heard Senate President Therese Murray discuss Senate issues facing the City of Boston and surrounding communities.

    (Photos courtesy of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce)

  • April 25, 2013

    Featured Sponsor at SBANE Breakfast

  • April 10, 2013

    A visit from Senator Gale Candaras

  • April 07, 2013

    On March 7th, after decades of impact from lead contamination and years of environmental remediation, the former Chadwick Lead Mills site on the Salem/Marblehead, MA line, was successfully sold to the Town of Marblehead and Salem Parks and Recreation Commission.  An adjacent parcel, owned by a realty trust, was also included in the transaction.

    In the end, while the land could have been sold for development, the owner, Glover Estates, LLC, agreed that it should be preserved for passive recreation - greatly enhancing the area’s open space network.

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