Alcoholic Beverage Licensing

The Firm represents wineries, alcoholic beverage brokers, importers and wholesalers in licensing acquisition and compliance matters, in Massachusetts, other states, and at the federal level.

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Civil Litigation

The Firm represents clients in all aspects of Massachusetts civil litigation. Attorney John P. Connell has been representing civil litigants for twenty years through tough battles and often against formidable opponents.

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Massachusetts Restaurant Law

The Firm regularly represents restaurants, bars and package stores in Massachusetts in all aspects of their business needs.

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Law Offices of John P. Connell, Esq.

John P. Connell, Esq. John P. Connell received a Bachelors of Arts degree from Boston College in 1989 and a Juris Doctor degree from DePaul University College of Law in 1992. Throughout his legal career, John has concentrated his practice in the area of civil litigation and licensing, particularly that area of licensing having to deal with alcoholic beverages, entertainment and professional licenses. John has represented individuals and businesses of all sizes in many areas of civil litigation, including contract matters, employment discrimination, real estate disputes, securities’ fraud, professional misconduct and corporate management disputes. With regard to clients in the alcoholic beverages industry, John represents alcoholic beverage wholesalers, brokers and retailers from all over Massachusetts.

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