Established nearly three decades ago, Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf’s Boston office includes lawyers who have held senior leadership positions in government agencies and industry associations. Among the practicing lawyers are the former Delaware Secretary of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, the former First Deputy Commissioner of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance and the former President of the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association.

In addition to delivering Wall Street advice and vast global resources to its clients, our Boston lawyers provide unsurpassed service in corporate law, energy, environmental, insurance, litigation, maritime and public utility regulation law.

The Boston office’s Corporate Group regularly handles corporate finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity and venture capital transactions. The group also serves as outside general counsel to clients and advises them on federal and state securities law, Delaware and Massachusetts corporate law, corporate governance, and other corporate matters. The group has represented companies operating in the technology (including electronics, information technology, medical devices, photonics, software and specialty materials), alternative energy and utilities sectors.

The Boston office’s Maritime Group is highly experienced in representing US and international ship owners, ship managers and insurers in major marine casualties and complex matters. Our lawyers have advised on a multitude of crisis situations, including explosions, collisions and oil spills, class action suits for pollution-related claims and criminal enforcement cases brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. The group has handled many complex and high-profile cases in the past nine years and routinely assists on corporate transactions involving ships and marine assets.

The Boston office’s Energy and Regulatory Group counsels regional, national and international energy clients on transactional and regulatory matters, including mergers and acquisitions, rate matters, corporate finance transactions, siting approvals, and the sale of natural gas and electricity. We also represent communications and cable companies with regard to federal, state and local regulatory issues.

The Boston office’s Litigation Group regularly advises clients in a wide variety of complex civil actions, including securities law claims, white collar issues, intellectual property questions, civil fraud claims, civil RICO violations, unfair or deceptive acts and practices, and constitutional challenges to statutes and regulations.

The Boston office’s Environmental Group represents industrial and commercial clients in a broad spectrum of environmental matters, including the prosecution and defense of environmental restitution and damage claims, and the retention of environmental engineering services.