The Firm

Boston, MA

60 State Street, Suite 1100
Boston, MA 02109
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Driving Directions

Directions from the South (I-93 North):

  •  From I-93 North, take Exit 23 toward "Gov't Ctr." and bear left as you come above ground.
  • Turn left onto John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road
  • Turn right onto State Street
  • Our building is on the right.

Directions from the North (I-93 South):

  • Take Exit 24A-24B toward Government Center
  • Turn left onto John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road
  • Turn right onto State Street
  • Our building is on the right

Directions from the West (I-90 East):

  • From the Massachusetts Turnpike (Mass Pike) (I-90) East, follow the signs toward "90 East/Boston/Logan Airport" through the Allston toll booths towards downtown Boston and the end of the Mass Pike
  • After emerging from the Prudential Tunnel, take Exit 24 A-B-C on the left toward I-93N and South Station
  • Keep right to continue on Exit 24A, follow signs for South Station
  • Keep left to continue toward Atlantic Avenue. Follow Atlantic Avenue .2 mile
  • Turn left onto State Street
  • Our building is on the right

Directions from Logan Airport:

  •  Exit airport following signs for Ted Williams Tunnel
  • Take Exit 24 to I-93 North
  • Take Exit 23 toward Government Center
  • Turn left onto John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road
  • Turn right onto State Street
  • Our building is on the right

Firm Highlights

Publication

Legislative Alert: Maine Legislature Adjourns!

The First Special Session of the 130 th Legislature finally adjourned on Monday night, July 19 th . As many of you may remember, the First Regular Session ended in March 30th when the...

Publication

Health Coverage Incentives for Unvaccinated Employees

Employers wrestling with COVID-19 vaccination-reluctant employees have a lot on their plates. New federal mandates may require affirmative action but even without these new rules, the real problem is how to persuade your workers...

News

Preti Flaherty Welcomes Cameron Ferrante, Paola Maymi, and Anne Sedlack to the Firm

Preti Flaherty is pleased to announce the arrival of three new members to the firm: Cameron A. Ferrante, Paola A. Maymi, and Anne E. Sedlack. Cameron Ferrante is a graduate of Northeastern University School...

News

Attorney Joseph Donahue Selected by Peers as “Lawyer of the Year” in Best Lawyers in America 2022

Preti Flaherty attorney Joseph Donahue has been recognized in Best Lawyers in America 2022 as the “Lawyer of the Year” for the Augusta region in the field of Administrative/Regulatory Law. Inclusion in Best Lawyers...

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New Maine Law Limits Employers’ Ability to Request Applicant Criminal History Information

Last month Governor Mills signed into law LD 1167, “An Act Relating to Fair Chance in Employment.” Maine joins a growing number of states in adopting a “ban-the-box” law that restricts employers’ ability to...

News

Jonathan Piper elected to Portland Public Library Board of Trustees

Preti Flaherty is proud to announce that Jonathan Piper has been elected to serve on the Portland Public Library’s Board of Trustees. Jon has a long history of service to several local organizations including...

Publication

Understanding the New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Healthcare Workers

Many Maine healthcare facilities were already in the process of evaluating, drafting, and implementing mandatory vaccine policies when the Maine Department of Heath and Human Services issued an Emergency Routine Technical Rule on the...

Press Coverage

The Maine Monitor Sues York County for Jail Call Records

On August 2, The Maine Monitor filed a lawsuit against York County, challenging the County's denial of reporter access to public records that may detail times it has recorded confidential conversations between defendants being held at the...

News

46 Preti Flaherty Attorneys Selected by Peers for Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2022, Including 3 “Lawyers of the Year”

Forty-six Preti Flaherty attorneys have been named to Best Lawyers in America 2022, including four “Ones to Watch” and three “Lawyer of the Year” recipients. Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America is considered a...

Publication

What to do When a Lender Receives a Notice from the Municipality that Mortgaged Property is Going to be Condemned or is in Violation of the Building Code?

Occasionally, a lender will be served a notice from a municipality alerting the lender that a mortgaged property has had unpermitted construction projects, or otherwise violates the municipal building code. The Maine Uniform Building...