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ANTHONY SUMMERS brings to the firm a broad range of experience. He is a former 27 year member of the Newton Zoning Board of Appeals, with his original appointment by Mayor Theodore Mann in 1981. In 1988, Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn appointed Summers to the Back Bay Architectural Commission, with a reappointment by Mayor Thomas Menino in 1994. He specializes in mortgage conveyancing, condominium law, foreclosure, leasing, purchase and sale of real estate, corporations and limited liability companies. Anthony has published articles in Condominium Management Magazine, Link and Boston Homes Newspaper with a circulation of over 50,000 weekly. Anthony has successfully represented a 150 unit Condominium Association in Litigation to recover the Association's land which was improperly conveyed to a developer of 75 units. He was victorious in an action to recover an 1881 street access easement which had been blockaded by his client's neighbor.

EUGENE SUMMERS specializes in litigation spanning a wide range of matters, and is well known for his expertise in landlord/tenant, evictions, divorce, personal injury, real estate broker defense, and general litigation. In a recent case before the City of Boston Housing Court, Judge Patrick King wrote:

"The Court is familiar with Mr. Summers background and experience in litigating disputes in the landlord/tenant area. He is an able experienced attorney..."

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly considered a case won by Eugene Summers to be significant enough to be included in its Verdicts and Settlements of 1998. Our client, a commercial tenant, was sued for $201,364.00 for breach of lease. Not only was our client totally exonerated, but the court awarded him damages in the sum of $1,034.00.

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