Michael Brangwynne is an associate attorney in the firm’s Boston office. His practice is focused on complex commercial and tort litigation. Mr. Brangwynne regularly represents businesses and individuals in disputes arising in the construction, real estate development, leasing and zoning contexts. Additionally, Mr. Brangwynne has extensive experience handling matters in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, and wrongful death litigation. Mr. Brangwynne has also represented numerous clients involved in trust and estate disputes in the probate courts of Massachusetts.
Beyond litigation, Mr. Brangwynne represents clients in the hospitality industry, including restaurants, hotels, package stores, and alcoholic beverage manufacturers and distributors. He assists his hospitality industry clients with business formation, purchases and sales, contract negotiations, and zoning and permitting applications, as well as liquor license compliance and violation hearings. Mr. Brangwynne has appeared before local licensing authorities throughout Massachusetts and at the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission.
Mr. Brangwynne earned his Bachelor’s degree from Tulane University. He graduated from Suffolk University Law School and is licensed to practice in Massachusetts. Mr. Brangwynne is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. During law school, he worked as a law clerk for the City of Boston Zoning Board of Appeals, as well as serving as a summer intern for the Honorable Christopher Muse of the Massachusetts Superior Court.
Education & Certifications
- Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
- Tulane University, B.S.
- United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- United States Court of Appeals, 1st Circuit
Mr. Brangwynne is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association. He has been selected as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers magazine for the past three years. Mr. Brangwynne serves as an adjunct professor at Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School, where he teaches a class on the principles of business law. He is also an alternate member on the Zoning Board of Appeals for Watertown.