Massachusetts Attorneys Weekly Names Eric Greenberg A 2021 Go To Business Actual Property Lawyer – Actual Property and Building

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Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly appoints Eric Greenberg as a commercial real estate attorney in 2021

July 09, 2021

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

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Eric M. Greenberg, a partner in Seyfarth’s Boston real estate division, has been named a Go To Commercial Real Estate Attorney in 2021 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Go To Lawyers is a feature that presents executives in the Massachusetts legal community by subject area. The attorneys are all nominated by their peers and selected by a panel of the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

In its editorial, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly writes that Greenberg “excelled through his sophisticated practice, commitment to clients, and innovative management approach that helped his firm deliver client services more efficiently and cost effectively.” Read his full profile here .

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, founded in 1972, reports on decisions made by all state and federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as changes in court rules, verdicts and settlement reports, notices from the bar, and any other news of interest to lawyers in the Commonwealth.

Originally published June 28, 2021.

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