About Marc

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Marc LaCasse has been practicing law in Massachusetts since 1988. He graduated from Northeastern University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice, magna cum laude, and continued at Northeastern University School of Law to obtain his JD. Shortly after graduating, Marc served as a Law Clerk for the Justices of  the Massachusetts Superior Court and as a Staff Attorney for the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Marc is also a licensed real estate broker.



Marc has advised commercial and residential real estate developers concerning issues such as zoning, development approval under Article 80 of the Boston Zoning Code, transactions, licensing, and all other aspects of permitting. He has also acted as counsel to various Boards of Trustees regarding condominium laws, procedures, and disputes. On the unit owner side, Marc has represented clients concerning neighborhood associations, noise, and conducts residential purchase and sale transactions.


Small Business

Marc advises small business and non-profit organizations in matters related to entity formation, governance, contract and related business disputes.


Appellate Practice

Marc’s appellate practice has included over 45 appeals to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court. The appellate cases have covered a wide variety of civil matters.


Community Service & Board Positions

As a responsible citizen, Marc has served on many boards and associations throughout the course of his career. Since 1990, he has served as Chairman or President and Board Member of several organizations, including the Town of Harvard Zoning Board of Appeals, Washington Gateway Main Street in the South End, and the Rollins Square Condominium Association. He is also a current Board Member of the Boston Center for Adult Education [BCAE], Central Reform Temple of Boston, the Cape School of Art, and Mass Equality PAC. In addition, Marc donated his time as pro bono attorney for the GMDVP Domestic Violence Program and the Boston Main Streets Program.