Gregor A. Pagnini, Attorney
Gregor A. Pagnini is an associate with Brody, Hardoon, Perkins & Kesten, LLP. He has represented clients in the District and Superior Courts of Massachusetts, as well as in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
Mr. Pagnini concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of municipal liability, civil rights violations, premises liability, defense of personal injury, employment matters and general liability defense.
Before joining Brody, Hardoon, Perkins & Kesten, LLP, Mr. Pagnini practiced with another area law firm, focusing on the defense of allegations of medical malpractice. While in law school, Mr. Pagnini interned at the City of Boston Law Department where he worked with attorneys on government litigation and transactional matters, including employment, civil rights and land use issues.
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