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Pierce & Mandell, P.C.

11 Beacon Street, Suite 800
Boston, Massachusetts 02108-3002

Phone: (617) 720-2444
Fax: (617) 720-3693

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Land Use and Zoning

Land Use and Zoning

Our attorneys have comprehensive experience representing real estate owners, corporations, investors, lenders, homebuilders, developers and abutters in land use, zoning, financing, and related real estate maters. We appear on a regular basis before local governments and their staff, state agencies, as well as administrative and judicial tribunals, and work extensively with elected officials, community and public interest groups, and the media in furtherance of our clients' interests in zoning, land use, and development matters. We can provide a range of services, including advising clients through the complexities of the permitting process, analysis of existing land use rights and obligations, and zoning and land use litigation.

We also represent businesses and individuals in all types of real property transactions. Our clients come to us for our business approach to "the deal" and our understanding of their needs. Our expertise includes drafting and negotiating offers, purchase and sale agreements, professional office, retail and other commercial building leases, ground leases, construction contracts, mortgages, and title examinations.

Our Land Use and Zoning Attorneys:

Michael C. Fee
Curtis B. Dooling
Hannah Schindler Spinelli

Michael Fee Quoted in "Lawyers Weekly" Article

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Michael C. Fee was quoted in this week’s Lawyers Weekly article entitled: Broker gets fee despite no lease.

Medical Marijuana in Massachusetts Marches On!

Thursday, April 11, 2013
By: Michael C. Fee

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health recently posted its draft regulations regarding the use of medical marijuana. They can be viewed online using this link:

Public comments on the draft regulations will be received until April 20, 2013, and the Department of Public Health will hold three concurrent public hearings on April 19th in Plymouth, Boston and Northampton to receive additional input.

Details on the specific locations and times of the public hearings will be posted.  Stay turned for more breaking developments as Massachusetts implements new procedures for the humanitarian use of medical marijuana in the Commonwealth.