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 at a public aid center, focusing on social security appeals and defending disabled individuals against evictions from subsidized housing. Ms. Lynn also volunteered at and ran a pro bono program to assist veterans and other individuals with sealing their criminal record in Massachusetts, known as a “CORI,” to obtain housing or employment.
While attending New England Law | Boston, Ms. Lynn was a member of the Student Mentorship Program and volunteered at a local high school as an instructor for the mock trial/legal mentorship program with members of the Multicultural Student Association.
Ms. Lynn is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Federal District Court of Massachusetts. She is also an active member in the Boston Bar Association.
- Obtained affirmative ruling in the Massachusetts Court of Appeals in favor of Massachusetts suppliers and subcontractors regarding M.G.L. c. 149, Section 29 and c. 93A. (Aggregate Industries – Northeast Region, Inc. v. Hugo Key & Sons, Inc., 90 Mass.App.Ct. 146(2016)).
- Prevailed at trial after remand from the Massachusetts Court of Appeals for a M.G.L. c. 93A claim raised by an individual against a property management company.
- Successfully obtained judgments for money damages and possession in favor of the owners, landlords, and purchasers at foreclosure in numerous summary process trials.
- Prevailed on summary judgment motion in the Massachusetts Federal District Court, obtaining a favorable judgment for a general contractor after its subcontractor abandoned the construction project.
- Obtained favorable ruling on summary judgment for subcontractor based on flow-down provision establishing subcontractor’s right to overhead and profit on change order work.
- Obtained full satisfaction of judgment, with all legal fees and costs, by seizing assets owned by the judgment-debtor and through supplementary process on multiple cases.
- Secured rights for multiple claimants through trustee process and attachment of assets prior to trial.