Fenway Law uses the power of relationships and collaboration to solve problems for business, institutions, and in the community. Focused on commercial contracts, this solo law practice provides targeted advice and practical solutions that meet the needs of clients at all levels. Please note that Fenway Law does not provide advocacy services in labor and employment law matters.
Experienced as general counsel for a small college, Michael Loconto built an in-house legal office by promoting clear institutional policies and stable practices. Let Fenway Law fill your short-term general needs or craft ad hoc practical solutions for your enterprise needs in operations and risk management. Some recent successes:
From tech startups in pre-seed and Series funding to craft brewers moving from the garage to Main Street, we can help leaders to think through critical business organization issues, develop assured data privacy and contracting processes, and support other structural needs that are key to a sustainable organization.
Our two decades of leadership in local government and education services enable timely business development advice for pre-seed companies in EdTech and GovTech.
Our work with the Massachusetts Brewers Guild and experience with contracts, leasing, distribution and licensing help new brewers take the next step.
Federal Title IX regulations require educational institutions to maintain policies, practices, and programs that do not discriminate against anyone based on sex.
Fenway Law can assist institutions to process Title IX and related policy claims as a hearing officer, hearing panel member or factfinder. We use our extensive experience in K-12 and higher education to take a professional approach to each matter. We value and support restorative justice practices when all parties can agree to an alternative to formal proceedings.
We approach each matter with careful discretion, mutual respect and shared trust, sensitive to the dignity of all parties and the long-lasting effects that these claims can have for all involved.
*Please note that neither Fenway Law nor Michael Loconto provide advocacy services in labor and employment law. For neutral and impartial labor and employment dispute resolution services, please visit Loconto ADR.