Join MQM’s managing partner, Steve Miller, as Chair of the of MCLE’s annual Alcohol Licensing at the Local Level Seminar on May 4, 2023, with a dynamic panel of State and Municipal regulators and MQM’s partner Jon Aieta. Steve Miller literally “wrote the book” on alcoholic beverages law in Massachusetts, as author of the MCLE’s…

MQM’s partner, attorney Joe Hanley, spoke with Banker and Tradesman recently on the current challenges of permitting condominium homeownership development under Boston’s proposed changes to its Inclusionary Development Policy, or IDP.  Read his comments in the article here: https://bankerandtradesman.com/condo-construction-on-collision-course-with-idp-changes/

McDermott, Quilty & Miller LLP partner Joseph Hanley, a Boston-based land use attorney, said that Healey’s housing efforts as attorney general and her ongoing friendly relationship with Baker could have also played into the amount of support she has received. [Read more…]

WOBURN – The three-member Woburn License Commission has broken with their tradition of not allowing liquor license holders to commit their liquor license as as part of collateral to get a loan. At a recent meeting, S&L Liquors Inc, dba Dion’s in Woburn Center at 485 Main Street, came before the commission to commit the…

MQM’s Nick Zozula joined Mayor Wu, City officials and his fellow members of Boston’s Ukrainian community on August 24th, to raise their flag and celebrate Ukrainian Independence Day. As President of the Ukrainian American Youth Association of Boston, and a second generation Ukrainian American who’s grandparents fled Russian aggression in the 1940-50s, Nick spoke with…

Great day on the course today in support of the Yawkey Boys & Girls Club of Roxbury, with our good friends and talented architectural, design and development consultants, Johnathan Garland and Lance Campbell of J. Garland Enterprises, and MQM’s Nick Zozula.

MQM was a proud sponsor of the Bisnow Boston #LifeSciences Summit on March 31, 2022. Now the single largest life sciences cluster in the world, but will outdated zoning, NIMBY-ism and lack of regional planning hold us back? This was the topic of discussion lead by attorney Joe Hanley, as moderator of a panel discussion…

Samuels & Associates announced that Phase 1 of the Washington Village project in South Boston has commenced construction, officially kicking off the long-awaited redevelopment of a 5-acre former industrial site into a mix of uses knitting together the Andrew Square community. [Read more…]

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