Boston Business and Employment Lawyer
The Brown Law Firm, LLC (BLF) was established in 2001 as the Law Offices of Graeme S.R. Brown to provide high quality, cost effective legal and business guidance to companies and individuals. Drawing on Boston business and employment lawyer Graeme Brown's significant experience in business, law and finance, BLF provides practical advice and informed legal counsel. BLF has clients throughout Massachusetts.
Graeme Brown, BLF owner and principal attorney, advises a wide variety of clients, including investors, restaurateurs, scientists, real estate developers and services companies, telecommunications companies and employees. He has assisted clients with advice and representation on regulatory, statutory, and litigation issues as well as on ethics and conflict of interest matters.
Graeme Brown focuses his practice on business transactions, contracts and related documents utilizing his strong business and finance background. Graeme’s expertise spans two decades and includes securities law, acquisitions and sales of companies, technology licenses, commercial leases, non-competition agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and employment contracts. For more than nine years, Graeme has provided effective counsel with respect to Public Procurement, including process review, compliance, drafting/reviewing RFPs and IFBs and drafting all related vendor contract documents including MOUs, construction contracts, interagency agreements and contracts to purchase goods and services. Graeme draws on a depth of experience dealing with a broad spectrum of complex business issues.
Boston business and employment attorney Graeme Brown is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, Colorado, District of Columbia and the United States Supreme Court.
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