U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Appeals First Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court
Ed Fegreus has represented clients for more than 35 years in a wide range of legal matters relating to estate planning, probate of estates, real estate, litigation and small business transactions. Ed has extensive trial experience in the federal and state courts of Massachusetts, having successfully tried a large number of cases to both bench and juries, and has recovered multi-million dollar judgments for his clients. Ed assists clients in all aspects of commercial and residential real estate transactions. In addition to studying law, Ed earned a Master’s Degree in City Planning from Harvard University and has considerable experience in regulatory practice before municipal and state agencies and boards. For 12 years, Ed served as a member of the Massachusetts Citizens Advisory Committee to the Old Colony Railroad Rehabilitation Project, Greenbush Line Corridor.
Following graduation from law school, Ed clerked for Justice John M. Greaney in the Massachusetts Appeals Court and worked in the General Counsel’s Office of the U.S. Securities And Exchange Commission before opening his firm in downtown Boston. Ed also served as a Pretrial Case Conferencer for the Boston Municipal Court for approximately 15 years.
Sullivan v. Boston Gas Company, 414 Mass. 129 (1993).
Nowak v. Tak How Investments, Ltd., 94 F. 3d 708, cert denied 520 U.S. 115, 117 S. Ct. 1333, 137 L. Ed. 2d 493.
In re Larson, 513 F.3d 325 (1st Cir., 2008).
Nickerson v. Lee, 24 Mass. App. Ct. 106 (1997).
Antioch College, B.A., J.D.