Sherin and Lodgen LLP
Leading corporations throughout New England and beyond rely on Sherin and Lodgen LLP to handle sophisticated transactions, difficult litigation and complex regulatory issues in real estate, litigation, business law, and employment.
Our size and client focus set us apart. With over 40 attorneys, we're large enough to handle big, complicated problems while small enough to provide responsive, senior-level attention to every matter. Clients receive sophisticated analysis and effective, efficient and focused representation. We provide this high level of service by developing an in-depth understanding of our clients'; business issues, concerns and goals, as well as emerging industry trends.
By design, Sherin and Lodgen is not a general practice firm offering all things to all clients. Instead, we have chosen to focus on what we do best, attracting talented, experienced attorneys in these practice areas.
Contributing authors from Sherin and Lodgen LLP:
The National Law Review recognizes Sherin and Lodgen as a Go-To Thought Leader for the firm’s reporting on Massachusetts' COVID-19 response. The attorneys at Sherin Lodgen provide analysis of statewide orders from the Governor and Commonwealth agencies attempting to stop the spread of Coronavirus, they provide guidance on how businesses can best comply with these orders. News areas that resonated with NLR readers include articles on: the Massachusetts eviction and foreclosure moratorium act; a new business interruption insurance bill filed in the Commonwealth legislature and what Massachusetts hotel owners need to know about COVID-19 Essential Services Orders. The following Sherin Lodgen attorney authors were notable for their Massachusetts Coronavirus coverage: Andrew E. Bensson, Joshua M. Bowman, Jessica Gray Kelly, Thomas A. Hippler and Joseph Y. Wang.
Sherin and Lodgen LLP has been selected for a 2018 NLR Go-To Thought Leadership Award for their coverage of Massachusetts Employment Law. The attorney-authors of Sherin Lodgen unpack Massachusetts labor and employment decisions, provide a thorough analysis of employment legislation, as well as thought leadership that extends beyond Massachusetts and addresses nationwide trends, such as the impact of the #metoo movement on employers.