Leonard A. Frisoli has worked as an associate with
Frisoli Associates, P.C. since 1998. Mr. Frisoli attended
St. Michael's College in
Vermont where he earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration in 1991. In 1997 he graduated from New England School
of Law. Mr. Frisoli represents clients in all aspects of residential and commercial real estate foreclosures, evictions, bankruptcies, and collection matters. He handles complex commercial litigation and has represented both debtors and creditors in hundreds of bankruptcy cases.
Mr. Frisoli was honored in 2012 with the William J. Ledoux award from the Supreme Judicial Court's Client Security Board.
Recent cases handled by Mr. Frisoli include:
Represented a plaintiff who was charged excessive legal fees by former attorney. Plaintiff recovered a $90,000 jury verdict, which was then tripled under the consumer protection law , G.L. c. 93A, by the judge for a final judgment, with interest, costs, and attorney’s fees exceeding $455,000.
Represent elderly gentleman seeking to retain his rightful inheritance in his deceased sister's nearly $1 million estate in probate court lawsuit after other relatives wrongfully attempted to exclude him.
Represented husband and wife sued by a bank on a personal guarantee of a $1M construction loan in lawsuit; raised counter claims for unfair lending practices and settle case for less than $50K, with full releases.
Obtaining a $230,408 judgment in favor of a large condominium after trial of a claim governed by the condominium statute, M.G.L. c. 183A.
Obtaining a $451,640 judgment for treble damages and attorney's fees under the Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractor statute.
In re Tougas, 354 B.R. 572 (Bankr. Mass. 2006)
In re Hyde (co-counsel), 334 B.R. 506 (Bankr. Mass. 2006)
United States v. Hyde, 497 F. 3d 103 (1st Cir. 207)
Parks v. Ricciardi, 2005 Mass. App. Div. 107 (2005)
In re Munger, 370 B.R. 21 (Bankr. Mass. 2007)