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Transactional and litigation services for local, national and international businesses.

Corporate & Business Law

CUTLER & WILENSKY LLP provides transactional and litigation services to local, national, and international businesses. Our business attorneys represent publicly held corporations, closely held corporations, sole proprietorships, nonprofit corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, limited partnerships, joint ventures, and trusts in the handling and fulfilling of their transactional and litigation needs. CW handles a breadth of transactional matters from the selection and formation of an entity to the negotiating and drafting of contracts, corporate governance, and the management of employment issues to the sale of the company or its assets. CW also guides its clients through the not-so-clear world of litigation, and when needed, through trial. The industry sectors served by CW include information technology, software, staffing, communications, manufacturing, construction, real estate, medical, accounting, retail, and trade associations.

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Primary Attorney

Timothy K Cutler

Timothy K Cutler

News & Recent Representations

CW Defeats Motion to Dismiss

Attorney Cutler recently defeated a motion to dismiss brought in a case involving a dispute over the ownership of a certain portion of a condominium.  Judge Sarrouf in his ruling denied the entirety of the defendants’ motion to dismiss and authorized the entirety of the case to proceed.

Employer Representation

CW's Attorney Named Super Lawyer For 2018

Attorney Dai has been honored by Super Lawyers as one of the Rising Stars in New England in 2018 for her experience and expertise in Business and Corporate Law.

Employer Representation

CW Hosted A Webinar On September 27, 2018

Attorney Dai gave a presentation on a webinar outlining legal knowledge for entrepreneurs on September 27, 2018.  Attorney Dai’s video presentation can be viewed here.

Employer Representation

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