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NELF Appoints Pierce Atwood LLP Partner Doug Troyer to its Massachusetts Advisory Council

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NELF Appoints Pierce Atwood LLP Partner Doug Troyer to its Massachusetts Advisory Council 

Doug Troyer
Partner
Pierce Atwood LLP

BOSTON – The New England Legal Foundation (NELF – www.newenglandlegal.org), today announced the appointment of Doug Troyer, a Partner at Pierce Atwood LLP, to its Massachusetts Advisory Council. NELF is a prestigious non-profit, non-partisan legal organization of top in-house lawyers and law firm partners that advocates for free enterprise, property rights, rule of law, and inclusive growth in the New England region.

Doug Troyer focuses his practice on real estate development and permitting, and administrative and land use litigation. Doug has tried numerous cases before Massachusetts state courts at both the trial and appellate levels, representing clients in a variety of municipal and administrative proceedings, and private dispute resolution forums.

He represents developers, retailers, restaurants, and individual owners in obtaining local and state permits for various types of development projects, and represents individuals, condominium associations, developers, and multinational corporations in land use disputes involving small parcels and huge tracts.

Doug has lectured on real estate development, condominium law, and litigation for various organizations, including the Community Associations Institute New England Chapter and Real Estate Bar Association. He also frequently writes articles for REBA News and for CondoMedia, the official publication of the New England Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. Prior to joining Pierce Atwood, Doug was a founding member of Moriarty Troyer & Malloy LLC, where he was a principal in the Real Estate, Land Use, and Litigation Departments.

“Doug’s clients will directly benefit from his leadership role in our Massachusetts Advisory Council,” said NELF President Dan Winslow. “Our team of amicus brief advocates are well known for the depth of their scholarship and tenacity of writing and our work will magnify the work of lawyers on behalf of their clients. We are thrilled to have a lawyer of Doug’s stature added to our team.”

 

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About the New England Legal Foundation: Founded in 1977, the New England Legal Foundation (NELF – www.newenglandlegal.org) is the leading non-partisan, non-profit public interest law firm in the region dedicated to economic liberty. NELF’s ongoing mission is to champion free enterprise, property rights, limited government based on rule of law, and inclusive economic growth. We believe that free enterprise is a foundational value of a democratic society and the best opportunity for people to lift themselves to prosperity.

 

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