WE FIGHT EVIL -- ALWAYS HAVE, ALWAYS WILL!
I am a partner in Goldstein and Feuer, a two attorney community-based general civil practice law firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our clients include tenants, workers, consumers, political activists, students, non-profit organizations and other generally underrepresented individuals and groups.
We represent tenants in eviction and Housing Code violation actions, homeowners being foreclosed on, childhood lead-poisoning victims, employees being discriminated against, people fighting contested divorces, consumers being ripped off or defrauded, employees being terminated from their jobs, employees whose privacy rights have been violated, tax resisters, activists arrested in civil disobedience actions, people involved in will contests and other probate matters, and much more. We also do legal research and appellate work for other law firms. We are committed to providing reasonably priced legal services to clients who might otherwise have difficulty procuring such services.
Our approach is client-centered and emphasizes individualized, informed and empathetic legal services. We are skilled and thorough negotiators and litigators, with experience in a wide variety of legal fields, including Consumer Protection, Tenants' Rights, Employment Discrimination, Non-Profit Organizations and Tax Exemption, Divorce, Wills and Trusts, and Real Estate, among many others. We offer a sliding scale fee based on income, and we focus on working closely with you to achieve the best results possible, as we know that legal problems and issues can have a lasting impact on your life.
As progressive lawyers, we are sensitive to the concerns of the communities in which we live and work, and we understand the role of the law in the wider context of the political and economic issues with which we all struggle. We are dedicated to providing you with professional service and vigorous advocacy, within the framework of progressive ethical and community values.
Fighting Evil by representing tenants, employees, consumers, political activists, and non-profit agencies; opposing evictions, foreclosures and consumer rip-offs.