Boston Litigation Lawyers

Sally & Fitch LLP is a litigation law firm distinguished by its preeminent lawyers and the successful results it has achieved for its distinguished group of clients in diverse and complex cases.

Sally & Fitch LLP has been recognized as an "AV" rated law firm in the benchmark Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory - the highest rating for legal ability and professional ethics - for the last thirty years. It has also regulary been recognized among The Best Law Firms in America.

Three of our partners have been listed as among the "Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyers." A total of nineteen of our partners and other lawyers at the firm have been named as "Massachusetts Super Lawyers" or "Rising Stars Under 40" in the annual list published by the Thomson Reuters rating service in Boston Magazine. Five Sally & Fitch LLP partners were listed in 2015 edition of Best Lawyers in America, a highly respected peer review guide to the legal profession.*

We represent leading regional, national and international corporations, utilities, insurers, financial institutions, government agencies and non-profit organizations. We also represent entrepreneurs, general and limited partnerships, closely-held companies, lawyers, accountants and other professionals, and individuals involved in civil and criminal disputes.

We excel in the resolution of complex disputes in the areas of:

We have flourished by competing with the litigation departments of large Boston, Massachusetts law firms, where most of our lawyers started their careers. Our sophisticated clients demand the best representation - technically exacting, aggressive, comprehensive, and responsive - at a cost that is reasonable. We charge far less for our services than the large firms we regularly litigate against.

Sally & Fitch LLP's record in dispute resolution has established its reputation as a preeminent litigation firm in New England.

Contact Sally & Fitch LLP to consult with attorneys who will best meet your needs.

*The firm gratefully acknowledges the contributions of its retired co-founder, Francis J. Sally, who retired from the partnership at the end of 2012 and left the firm in November 2013.