Nadine L. Hartmann

Nadine Hartmann, who grew up in Canton Ohio, currently resides in the South End neighborhood of Brookline with her husband and two children. Ms. Hartmann received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.   Directly after college, she entered New England Law | Boston, where she graduated with Honors and received her J.D.  While in law school, Ms. Hartmann spent time studying International Law at the University of Ireland in Galway.  During her time at New England Law, she served as a Board member for the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Organization; she was also a member of the International Law Society, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity.

Most recently, Ms. Hartmann was a Project Manager at Autonomy, Inc., where she worked in Electronic Discovery, providing case management and consultation for reviews relating to large scale litigation cases.  Previously, she worked for two private law firms, Heney & Associates and Gin & Associates where she honed her skills in the areas of residential real estate and Land Court litigation.

 Professional Associations and Memberships:
  • Massachusetts Bar Association, Member
  • Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, Member
 Bar Admissions:
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

  • Coercion not required for extortion scheme
    The town of Lee’s former chief of police, who took $4,000 from a duo accused of running a house of ill repute, could be convicted of extortion even though he did not coerce the payers to participate, the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals ruled. Tom Fusco and Tara Viola owned and operated an inn. Viola […]
  • Commercial – Note – Limitations – Partial payment
    Where a complaint to collect on a promissory note was dismissed under the six-year statute of limitations (G.L.c. 106, §3-118), the dismissal order should be reversed given the applicability of the common-law partial payment rule. “… On March 24, 2005, [defendant] VideogeniX’s predecessor signed a note for $30,000 in favor of [plaintiff] Zelby’s predecessor. The note […]

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