Attorneys & Professionals

TEL: 617-479-5000
EMAIL: kfreytag@mhtl.com

Kevin S. Freytag is a member of the firm’s litigation and municipal practice areas.  He represents individuals, businesses, municipalities, municipal boards and departments, school districts and retirements boards in a wide range of disputes including the areas of contract, construction, labor and employment, benefits, land-use and real-estate tax.  Mr. Freytag has successfully represented public and private clients at a variety of court proceedings including injunction hearings, dispositive motion hearings and trials in the District Court, Superior Court and Land Court, Appellate Tax Board and the Massachusetts Appeals Court.  He conducts all states of litigation including initiation, discovery, trial preparation and appeals.  Mr. Freytag regularly advises municipal clients on a wide range of issues that arise in the context of land use, eminent domain, local legislation, elections, ethics, public records requests, open meetings, conflicts of interest, trustee process, bankruptcy, licensing and contracts. 

 

Mr. Freytag has appeared in courts throughout the Commonwealth and successfully tried cases to verdict before judges and juries.  Mr. Freytag received his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School.  He was a member of the Trial Team and earned the honor of 2006 New England National Trial Competition Regional Champion.  Mr. Freytag received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stonehill College.  Before entering private practice, he spent five (5) years working at the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office where he prosecuted countless cases in District and Superior Court. 

 

Mr. Freytag is admitted to practice in all state courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

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