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Business Law

From startups to multi-billion dollar enterprises to nonprofits, we have provided sophisticated corporate and commercial law services to hundreds of clients.  For more information, see the Corporate & Commercial Law Practice Area page and examples of matters we have handled.

Construction Law
Litigation - Arbitration
Emerging Technology Law
Pyrrhotite Foundations



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The Law Offices of Steven J. O'Neill serves the legal needs of large and small clients throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut in business law, construction law, litigation, arbitration and emerging technology law.  Since 1991, the firm has served more than 750 business, government and individual clients as legal counselor, litigator, transactional lawyer and outside general counsel.  We have convenient office and meeting locations in the Boston, Hartford and Springfield metropolitan areas.

The firm is dedicated to providing high quality legal services, personalized attention, zealous advocacy and the efficient delivery of services through technology.  Attorney Steven J. O'Neill has long been a leader in the adoption of computer technology.  The intelligent implementation of computer and research tools by small law firms levels the playing field in research, document assembly and litigation.  Our goal is to deliver big-firm legal services without the big-firm cost or impersonal treatment.

In addition to the traditional practice areas, Mr. O'Neill has developed a national reputation by virtue of his extensive legal and technical knowledge of electronic discovery issues (eDiscovery) and a multidisciplinary approach to legally defensible information governance.  The firm's technology law practice also focuses on other emerging technology law issues such as information governance, cloud computing, privacy (e.g., GDPR, CCPA), information security, and sustainable building.  We serve clients throughout the United States concerning technology law issues.