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Litigation

Our attorneys have experience in the litigation and arbitration of disputes involving complex commercial transactions, business torts, intellectual property rights, non-competition agreements, contract claims, real estate claims (including mechanic’s lien perfection, lien priority disputes, adverse possession and commercial summary process), construction claims, torts, closely held corporation and shareholder rights.

Our litigators have a proven record of success. We bring to every contest, regardless of its size, our years of experience and a commitment to excellence. We treat every case as if it were going to trial, but we are practical, results oriented attorneys. We never lose sight of the fact that the ultimate goal is to achieve a successful resolution in a cost-effective manner. By aggressively representing our client in the courtroom, we increase the chances of a successful negotiation outside the courtroom.

Litigation Specialities

Construction Litigation

Sassoon Cymrot Law, LLC, represents owners, lenders, architects, engineers and contractors in transactional construction matters and construction-related disputes.
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Sassoon Cymrot Law, LLC, is a Boston- based law firm that serves the legal needs of business and private clients in the New England region and beyond.

Sassoon Cymrot Law, LLC, is a member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide, an international association of independent law firms serving business clients in major commercial centers throughout the world.

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Sassoon Cymrot Law and Grossman & Associates have joined together into one firm under the Sassoon Cymrot Law name effective May 1, 2021.