New access to experience, skill and results in MetroWest
Ken Mickiewicz has long experience in Boston handling corporate/business, real estate, real estate taxation and land use and related administrative agency and court reviews. Ken has been a partner at some of Boston’s oldest and well regarded firms where his practical, bottom line approach to solutions has produced success for many clients.
Ken serves his clients and to handle new matters that have special characteristics and unique issues where his experience and knowledge can best serve client goals.
Ken practices in the Business Law, Real Estate, Real Estate
Taxation and Environmental areas, related reviews by administrative
agencies and courts. He has been counsel to both private companies and
public authorities advising and counseling on organizational and
operational situations, business problems, and litigation in a broad
range of areas, particularly real estate development, construction,
commercial leasing, restaurants, contracts, and risk management. Ken
has extensive experience in solving the unique problems that confront
family and small businesses, including those that arise from insurance
placement and claim situations.
After many years of large firm practice in Boston, Ken brings his deep experience in often complex situations to his new location. The experience Ken has assisting businesses with the variety of legal issues that arise for an operating business and planning for its future are now available in MetroWest. His work includes counseling on the form of organization, governance, contract negotiation, employment matters, strategic and succession planning, and asset and real property buying, selling and taxation.
Recently, Ken successfully represented a taxpayer in an appeal to the Appellate Tax Board for a tax improperly assessed on a solar array. Forrestall v. Assessors of Westborough was the first ATB case in Massachusetts challenging a long standing Department of Revenue ruling about the taxation of alternative power personal property that was rigidly followed by assessors across the state. It succeeded in abolishing the practice of taxing such energy generating projects for multiple locations within the town.
Prior to entering private practice, Ken was an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston, where he handled a variety of municipal law matters focusing on legislation, land use, construction and contract areas. Subsequently, in private practice, Ken was Town Counsel to several Massachusetts towns, and serves now as special town counsel for specific issues.
We proudly service the following areas:
Ashland, Bellingham, Boston, Dover, Framingham, Franklin, Holliston, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Hudson, Lexington, Marlboro, Medfield, Medway, Mendon, Milford, Millis, Natick, Needham, Newton, Northborough, Sharon, Sherborn, Southborough, Stow, Sudbury, Upton, Walpole, Waltham, Wayland, Wellesley, Westborough, Weston, Westwood.