RONALD E. LUSTIG – A graduate of Columbia University (B.A., 1972) and Boston University School of Law (J.D., 1975), Mr. Lustig is admitted to practice before the Massachusetts, U.S. District Court (D. Mass.) and U.S. Court of Appeals (First Circuit) Bars. Mr. Lustig’s practice focuses primarily on creditor representation, including the collection of retail and commercial accounts receivable and related litigation. Throughout his career, Mr. Lustig has also practiced in real estate law, representing purchasers and sellers and serving corporate and institutional lenders, banks and mortgage brokers requiring representation in commercial and residential real estate lending and mortgage loan origination, real estate title examination and analysis, issuance of title insurance, land use regulation and zoning matters, regulatory compliance and licensing issues, commercial loan transactions, real estate mortgage foreclosures, loan workouts and related civil and commercial litigation, including Land Court and more complex civil matters and collection of accounts receivable. Mr. Lustig served as a member and past chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Natick, Massachusetts, has served on the executive committee of the Massachusetts Association of Bank Counsel, Inc. and is a member of the Boston Bar Association. Mr. Lustig has lectured or conducted seminars at the New England Banking Institute and the American Institute of Banking.
KENNETH C. WILSON – A graduate of The Pennsylvania State University (B.A., 1978) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 1981), Mr. Wilson was admitted to the Massachusetts and U.S. District Court Bars in 1981. Mr. Wilson’s practice focuses on creditor representation, including but not limited to the collection of retail and commercial accounts receivable, advocating of creditor’s rights in U.S. Bankruptcy Court proceedings and complex civil litigation, including creditor defense, in the various trial courts of the Commonwealth. Mr. Wilson is a member of the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA), the American Alliance of Creditor Attorneys (ACCA) and various state and local bar associations. Mr. Wilson is the past President of the Massachusetts Creditors Bar Association. Mr. Wilson has also lectured on creditor’s rights issues at the American Institute of Banking and before the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys.
RICHARD S. TIRRELL, JR. – A graduate of Suffolk University (B.S., 1993) and Syracuse University College of Law (J.D., 1996), Mr. Tirrell is admitted to practice before the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and U.S. District Court Bars and focuses his practice on recovery of accounts receivable, handling all aspects of litigation of civil actions and small claim matters for creditors in trial and appellate courts throughout the Commonwealth. Mr. Tirrell also handles litigation matters in Rhode Island courts.
JOHN W. OTT – A graduate of Salem State College (B.A., 1995) and the New England School of Law (J.D., 2001), Mr. Ott is admitted to practice before the Massachusetts Bar and is engaged in recovery of accounts receivable for the firm’s corporate and institutional clientele, appearing on litigation of civil actions and small claim matters for creditors in trial courts throughout the Commonwealth.