Rich May Attorney Danielle Justo Named Among Boston Real Estate Times’ 10 Outstanding Women of 2019 | Rich May, P.C. Boston law firm



Rich May Attorney Danielle Justo Named Among Boston Real Estate Times’ 10 Outstanding Women of 2019 This week, attorney Danielle Justo was honored by Boston Real Estate Times as one of the group’s 10 Outstanding Women of 2019. The honor recognizes the women playing a major role in all sectors of the Boston real estate market, from development and construction to legal and finance. The group specifically recognized Attorney Justo for legal excellence in the real estate community, particularly for her work on deals related to the development of the Lynn Gearworks site. In addition to her professional contributions, Boston Real Estate Times also recognized Attorney Justo’s community involvement, especially her work with Habitat of Humanity of Greater Plymouth. For more on the honor, click here. About Rich May. P.C. Rich May, P.C., a law firm founded in 1937 and located in the heart of Boston’s financial district, concentrates its practice on corporate, financial, civil litigation, energy, real estate, entertainment and wealth planning matters. The firm’s clients include a broad group of businesses in New England and throughout the country. Rich May provides the breadth and depth of expertise generally associated with large, national firms, while maintaining the prompt, personal service found in smaller, regional firms. Rich May’s clients have direct access to experienced attorneys who are familiar with both the client and the area of inquiry and can provide timely and practical legal solutions. Rich May has been elected and admitted as a member of Ally Law. This membership, which provides affiliations with more than 2,000 lawyers at over 60 firms in over 40 countries, supplements our ability to assist clients throughout North America and around the world. © 2019 by Rich May, P.C. All rights reserved.

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