Mr. Strang is a partner of the firm and head of the Civil Litigation practice. Mr. Strang was selected as a New England Super Lawyer – Rising Star by his peers in each year from 2009 through 2013, and a New England Super Lawyer in 2014.
Mr. Scott was a founding partner of the firm and is currently serving as Of Counsel. His practice focuses on employment law, representing both employers and employees, and corporate law, representing businesses from start-ups through established companies.
Mr. Giroux is a partner of the firm. Mr. Giroux’s practice focuses on representing the interests of general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, suppliers, owners, tradesmen and other business entities in litigation and other matters.
Mr. Young is a partner of the firm. As an attorney with a degree in civil engineering, his practice focuses primarily on construction and commercial real estate transactions and litigation.
Ms. Lynn is an associate of the firm. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Temple University and managed a local business before being admitted to New England Law | Boston. Her practice focuses primarily on construction litigation and landlord-tenant litigation, commercial disputes, and consumer rights. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Lynn worked […]
Ms. Lynch has been practicing in the construction litigation field since her graduation from Boston College Law School in 2005. She has extensive experience managing complex construction cases and has tried multiple Massachusetts Superior Court cases. Additionally, Ms. Lynch has successfully represented clients before the Attorney General on bid protest issues.Prior to joining Strang Scott, […]
Ms. Jacobs is an associate of the firm whose practice focuses on civil litigation and transactional law in a variety of business areas. She represents clients in all stages of civil litigation, including mediations and arbitrations, and has specific experience with public and private construction litigation, business defamation, and general business disputes. Ms. Jacobs also […]