Civil Litigation and Counseling

Gwen King’s litigation experience, combined with Beth Nolan’s experience advocating for clients before municipal bodies, offers clients of Nolan & King highly effective representation and counsel in pre-litigation and litigation matters, with a specific focus on real estate and employment litigation.

Our Experience

Gwen offers clients litigation expertise cultivated through many years of large-firm and courtroom experience. She focuses on finding pragmatic solutions to legal issues and providing services in a cost effective and efficient manner. Gwen is a zealous and aggressive advocate with the capability to navigate the complex legal process from inception to conclusion. While she endeavors to find a solution for the client that avoids litigation altogether or resolves issues without a trial, she does not hesitate to try a case before a judge or jury when necessary to protect her client’s interests.

Beth has over 25 years of experience helping clients with land use matters in front of municipal bodies, in addition to representing buyers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate purchases and sales. In the litigation practice, Beth works with Gwen on counseling and representing clients in matters before municipal bodies and counseling clients on pre-litigation conflicts. Nolan & King draws upon Beth’s insight based on her extensive experience with real estate and land use disputes in the Metrowest area.

Our Practice

The litigation and counseling practice at Nolan & King encompasses general civil law issues, with specific expertise on real estate and employment. We also handle other civil matters and court actions, including tort claims for premises liability and product liability and business litigation matters. The Representative Litigation page provides a summary of our litigation-related experience.

We invite you to learn more about our litigation and counseling services by visiting the separate practice pages or calling us at 781-788-9800 if you wish to schedule a consultation.

Attorneys:  Gwen Nolan King