Matthew J. Ginsburg

P (978) 409-6238

Mr. Ginsburg has extensive experience representing individuals and corporate entities of all sizes in commercial, construction, land-use, employment and insurance disputes before courts, arbitrators and administrative bodies. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and North Carolina, and has tried civil jury matters in all three states.

Prior to joining Gilbert & Renton in 2006, Mr. Ginsburg practiced complex civil litigation at Hanify & King, in Boston. He also practiced civil litigation at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, a multi-state law firm, in its Charlotte, North Carolina office. He has lectured and written articles concerning civil and land-use litigation for continuing legal education seminars; has served as Chairman of the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the City of Charlotte, North Carolina; chaired the Wireless Services By-law Committee for the Town of North Andover, Massachusetts; is a President of the Lawrence Bar Association; and is 2018 — 2019 Chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Complex Commercial Litigation Section Council.

Areas of Practice & Representative Cases

Business, Insurance Coverage, and Civil Litigation Has resolved a wide range of disputes involving licenses, contracts and unfair competition; general liability, toxic tort, asbestos and silicosis exposures; and fiduciary and directors and officers' liabilities.

Construction, Land-Use and Zoning Litigation Has resolved a wide range of disputes concerning construction and design issues, and in the areas of zoning and land-use.

Employment and Noncompetition Agreement Litigation Experienced in negotiating, drafting and litigating executive compensation and non-compete agreements.

Court and Bar Admissions

  • Admitted to the highest courts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and North Carolina.
  • Admitted to the First Circuit Court of Appeals, and Federal District Courts for Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of North Carolina, and for the District of Massachusetts.
  • Anticipated admission to the Federal District Court, District of New Hampshire, 2014.