Zoning, Development, Licensing, And Permitting

Practice Chair, Bret J. Francis, Esq.

The attorneys at Scafidi Juliano, LLP have experience in every aspect of zoning, land use, permitting, and municipal law, and we have worked in numerous cities and towns in Massachusetts. Our clients include real estate developers; construction companies; businesses; nonprofit entities; restaurants; and homeowners. We invest the time necessary and we utilize all resources available to secure permits, licenses, and approvals in a timely manner.

The firm’s experience in this area includes:
  • Comprehensive Permits – M.G.L. c. 40B
  • Licensing, State and Local
    • Common Victualler
    • Liquor Licensing
  • Subdivision Control Law – M.G.L. c. 41, Sections 81K-81
    • Approval Not Required Process
    • Subdivision Plan Review
  • Subdivision Regulations
    • Subdivision Control Law
  • Wetlands, State and Local
    • Notice of Intents
    • Request for Determination of Applicability
    • Project Review
    • Enforcement
  • Zoning under M.G.L. c. 40A
    • Enforcement
    • Existing non-conforming uses
    • Site Plan
    • Special Permits; Variance

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

  • Arbitration – Overtime
    Where a plaintiff brought suit claiming to be owed in excess of $100,000 in unpaid overtime, her claims against one of the two defendants must be arbitrated under a provision in a confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement the plaintiff signed. “Janis Peterson (‘Plaintiff’) brought suit in Massachusetts Superior Court alleging that Binnacle Capital Services LLC (‘Binnacle’) […]
  • Insurance – G.L.c. 21E – Home sale
    Where the plaintiff purchasers of a home contaminated by a spill of heating oil brought suit against the sellers’ insurer, an award of summary judgment for the insurer must be vacated and a remand ordered, as there remains a genuine issue of material fact as to whether the plaintiffs’ G.L.c. 21E damages fall within the […]

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