Massachusetts Appeals Lawyer
Bill Driscoll is an appeals lawyer whose statewide practice is focused on appellate litigation and related matters. On appeal the stakes are high. Bill provides the focus and attention to detail that can make the difference in your case.
Based in Chelmsford, Attorney Driscoll handles appeals from court decisions rendered throughout the state, including Boston, the north shore (Salem, Lawrence, and Newburyport), north (Woburn and Lowell), Worcester County, western Mass. (Greenfield, Pittsfield, Springfield, and North Hampton), the south shore (Plymouth and Brockton), south (Dedham, Taunton, New Bedford, and Fall River), the Cape and islands (Barnstable, Edgartown, and Nantucket).
MA Appellate Court Attorney
Bill Driscoll routinely represents clients before the Massachusetts appellate court. The appellate court is composed of two bodies, an intermediate appellate court called the MA Appeals Court and the state's appellate court of last resort called the Supreme Judicial Court (or simply the SJC). Both courts are housed in the John Adams Courthouse in Boston.
Attorney Driscoll handles a wide variety legal matters (see the "what we do" menu item) for individuals, businesses, and fellow attorneys. He is ready to bring or defend an interlocutory appeal, single justice petition, or final judgment appeal. He offers a new perspective, the appellate perspective. Typically appellate issues are much narrower than that presented in the trial court. He combines strong analytical ability, attention to detail, and work ethic to create effective written and oral presentations.
Federal Appeals Court Attorney
Bill Driscoll handles appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. The Court of Appeals is housed in the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in Boston.
Attorney Driscoll limits his federal appellate caseload to civil matters rendered in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts (Boston, Worcester, or Springfield). He offers representation to individuals and businesses seeking to bring or defend an appeal.
News and Information
- Law Publication: Rule 56(f): Precursor to a Substantive Opposition to Summary Judgment, 95 Mass. Law Rev. 171 (June 2013).
- Ten Reasons to Hire a Massachusetts Appeals Lawyer, By Attorney William M. Driscoll.