Kelly is an associate in the Litigation Section, practicing in the Boston office. Kelly focuses his practice on land use and real estate litigation. His work in this area includes representing subsidized housing developers in litigation brought under the Massachusetts statute known as Chapter 40B, representing a wide range of clients in industrial permitting disputes involving zoning and wetland issues, and representing landlords in commercial lease disputes. Kelly was recently invited to speak to the American Bar Association’s Section of State and Local Government Law in Washington, DC, where he discussed recent judicial decisions analyzing “municipal estoppel” in the context of land use. His article, “A ‘Gateway Plan’ to Unhindered Development: Recent Cases Addressing Municipal Estoppel,” will be featured in the Summer 2012 edition of The Urban Lawyer. Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Kelly worked as a Case Assistant for Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, where he organized closing documents and supported due diligence for M&A transactions, summarized software license agreements for outsourcing projects for Fortune 500 companies, and created an economic model for risk assessment for corporate procurement transactions, a model that was later adopted on an enterprise level by a Fortune 100 company.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kelly L. Frey