Robert was instrumental in securing permits and approvals for a very complex regulatory process. His knowledge and expertise of state and local jurisdictional issues was paramount to the success of the project.
Michael J. DeRosa, LSP, LEED AP, PWS, Principal, DeRosa Environmental Consulting, Inc.
Great Attorney, We moved to the area and relocated our business. Rob was very knowledgable about moving from another state and what was involved. He handled everything and made the entire process easy.
Ron (Avvo Review)
Down to earth and professional.
I’ve used Rob for years now for legal work. He is unpretentious and easy to work with. I never get the feeling he or his office associates have a stop watch clicking as soon as they answer the phone and are always willing to answer a quick question on the spot or get back to me with a more researched answer to a more complex problem/issue.
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Doug (Avvo Review)
I’ve worked with Rob permitting numerous development projects. Rob has always been thorough in his legal work and develops excellent rapport with planning and zoning boards. I’ve also hired Rob for my own legal needs based on my respect for his work.
Gary McNaughton, VP, McMahon and Associates
When my clients ask me to recommend a good real estate attorney, I have no hesitation in giving a personal referral to Robert. Having known him for many years and working with him on multiple projects has given me a strong understanding of his capabilities and willingness to work closely with clients.
Mike Perrault, Owner, P.M.P. and Associates, LLC
Rob has guided me through the land purchase, town committee approval process, and bank closing for our new commercial building. Rob has done an outstanding job with each complicated step of the process. His business and land expertise resulted in our purchase of a complex parcel of land. He was very persistent, patient, and encouraging in the process.
Fred Kern, Bridgewater Pediatrics

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