Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, P.C.
Dylan concentrates in real estate, land use, environmental and business litigation and administrative law. His experience includes representing developers and property owners in zoning, permitting and land use litigation, including litigation under the state zoning act (Chapter 40A), state hazardous waste laws (Chapter 21E and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan), wetlands laws, waterways laws (Chapter 91) and other environmental statutes and regulations, as well as handling a wide range of general business litigation matters. He also has experience in product liability matters, including consumer product safety and mass product liability torts, as well professional malpractice defense.
Dylan has extensive experience practicing in federal and state courts, including the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, the Land Court and Superior Court departments of the trial court, the Massachusetts Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Judicial Court. Dylan has participated in the oral arguments of two landmark environmental cases before the Supreme Judicial Court: Bank v. Thermo Elemental, 451 Mass. 638 (2008) and Moot v. Golledge, 448 Mass. 340 (2007).
Before joining SRBC, Dylan was a partner in the Boston office of DLA Piper US LLP, and prior to that an associate at Hill & Barlow.