Law offices of The McLaughlin Brothers, P.C. - Specializing in eminent domain for 80 years

George A. McLaughlin, III, Esquire

Attorney George A. McLaughlin, III graduated with the highest distinction from Dartmouth College, and from Suffolk University Law School. He went on to become the president of 'The McLaughlin Brothers' law firm, located in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. McLaughlin was admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as well as the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. His peer review rating is the highest available, the AV Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Over the last 25 years, he has stood before a judge and jury more than 150 times in courtrooms from Dukes County to Berkshire County. He devotes most of his energy into working cases of eminent domain and real estate tax abatement matters. He is also dedicated to other complex litigation matters.

Mr. McLaughlin has represented clientele from all walks of life, whether it be an individual or a Fortune 100 company. Real estate tax abatements, personal injury cases, eminent domain takings, contract disputes, zoning disputes, employment litigation, and cases that involve equitable remedies are all among the cases which his practice encompasses. While working such cases, McLaughlin has obtained judgments as high as $20M, and is often ranked among the top ten settlements and verdicts in the state of Massachusetts.

Mr. McLaughlin is familiar with the court system in both the Massachusetts Appeals Court and the Supreme Judicial Court, having filed and argued appeals in both. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in cases of eminent domain. The largest taking of a Boston manufacturing facility was won by McLaughlin, as well as the taking of 100 acres of Martha's Vineyard beach property.

McLaughlin also has a great deal of experience in smaller cases, such as individual landowners and partial takings. Nichols on Eminent Domain honored McLaughlin by choosing one of his land valuation trials to be used in an illustration of an opening, direct examination, cross-examination, and closing argument. The Massachusetts Superior Court has also called him an expert on the standard of care for an attorney litigating case of real estate valuation.