We are pleased to announce that attorney Brian Hughes has been named a limited partner at the firm.
Brian is a civil trial lawyer in the firm’s Taunton office, advocating for businesses and individuals in all state and federal courts in Massachusetts. He is also part of the firm’s education law team, representing parents of students with special needs in Massachusetts.
With more than a decade of legal experience, he is known as a skilled and analytical strategist who guides clients through the myriad laws and regulations to reach the best possible outcome.
Over the years, Brian has litigated cases that include: business and construction disputes, real estate and landlord-tenant cases, discrimination matters, commercial loan disputes, commercial foreclosure and creditors’ rights, and bankruptcy matters. He has successfully handled appeals in state and federal court and defended a banking client in a foreclosure matter involving an alleged due process violation before the US Supreme Court.
Brian is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, and is a member of the Massachusetts, Plymouth County and Bristol County Bar Associations. He is a graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law and the University of Massachusetts.
A current resident of Marshfield, Brian is active in the Weymouth United Masonic Lodge, and received the Meritorious Service Certificate in 2009 from the Grand Lodge of Masons.