Led by Michael McCormack, McCormack Suny LLC assists businesses, vendors, contractors, property owners and developers in their dealings with state and municipal agencies. The firm provides advice and legal support to organizations currently doing and desiring to do business in the City of Boston, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and their agencies and sub-divisions, such as MassDOT and the MBTA.
With more than 30 years of experience, the firm helps clients navigate the often cumbersome Massachusetts real estate and development permitting process, assisting them:
- Craft and implement development plans
- Obtain zoning agreements
- Acquire the necessary permits as quickly as possible
The firm represents clients before development agencies such as the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the City Council, the Public Improvement Commission, the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Boston Transportation Department, the Licensing Board for the City of Boston, the Boston Landmark Commission, and the Inspectional Services Department, as well as various agencies and departments of the Commonwealth.
Put McCormack Suny LLC's experience to work for you
Michael McCormack was elected to the Boston City Council in 1981 and served five terms as an at-large member. He served as assistant attorney general and then as special assistant attorney general for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This distinguished public service career enables him to streamline complex issues and clear roadblocks on behalf of the firm's clients.
Patrick Moynihan's public service career spans over 22 years and includes, both local and state level positions. Mr. Moynihan has served as Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation, Undersecretary and General Counsel for the Executive Office of Transportation (now MassDOT), Deputy Commissioner and Chief Counsel for the Massachusetts Highway Department, General Manager of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), Central Artery/Tunnel Project Director, Assistant Massachusetts Attorney General, and Town Administrator for the Town of Northbridge, Massachusetts.
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