Bulkley Richardson, with offices in Springfield, Boston and Amherst, Massachusetts, provides high-quality legal services addressing a broad range of sophisticated matters. Founded in the 1920s, our firm’s standard of excellence is built upon the quality of our lawyers, support staff and physical and technological resources.

With over 40 lawyers, the firm is, in comparison to firms based in the New York and Boston legal communities, a mid-sized law firm that emphasizes personal contact with clients and efficient legal service. While the quality of the firm’s services equals that of national law firms, the firm’s interest in long-term client relationships and appreciation for the clients’ desire for cost-effective legal representation emulate attributes of small local law firms.

We have found that providing high-quality legal services to our clients requires us to have both in-depth knowledge within particular areas and the breadth of experience to apply that knowledge appropriately. Each of our attorneys is a member of one or more of our departments and contributes to one or more of our special practice groups. All of our professional staff are involved regularly in both in-house and outside continuing education programs to enhance their expertise and awareness of developments in pertinent areas of the law. Each department and practice group is chaired by a lawyer experienced in that area.
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  • Administrative / Regulatory Law
  • Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law
  • Bet-the-Company Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Construction Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Defense: General Practice
  • Criminal Defense: White-Collar
  • Family Law
  • Litigation - Antitrust
  • Litigation - Banking and Finance
  • Litigation - Construction
  • Litigation - Labor and Employment
  • Litigation - Securities
  • Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Law
  • Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
  • Tax Law
  • Trusts and Estates

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Does the Crystal Ball Predict a Fall?

by Kathleen Bernardo

In the post-pandemic climate, economists are making many predictions about what’s to come for the housing market. But one real estate lawyer with decades of experience says that this reset was crucial and not necessarily indicative of the doom and gloom we thought we were facing.

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In the News: New England

by Best Lawyers

A roundup of relevant news for listed lawyers in New England.

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