Attorney Profiles: Partners
Brad Pinta has been engaged in the practice of
law since 1981. He is admitted to practice before
all state and federal courts in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts. Brad received his Bachelor’s Degree
from Boston College in 1977 and his Juris Doctor
degree from Suffolk University Law School in 1980.
The Pinta Family has recently been highlighted in
the Fall 2004 Edition of the Suffolk University Law
School Alumni Magazine as Brad, his late father, his
brother and now his son all have attended this law school.
Subsequent to his admission to the Bar, Brad concentrated his practice in commercial litigation with an emphasis on the representation of a multitude of automobile dealerships in all aspects of their business endeavors. Thereafter, he became the managing partner of a Boston-based defense firm that focused on professional malpractice and commercial litigation while still maintaining his specialization in representing automotive clients.
In 1999, desiring a more “hands-on” approach to his practice and a utilization of his business acumen, he formed this Firm along with Milt Schwartzberg. Brad currently focuses his practice in the areas of civil litigation, disability insurance law, divorce/domestic relations, and commercial and residential real estate matters.
Brad sits on the Board of The Rodman Ride For
Kids, a major charitable organization in the Boston
area dedicated to improving the lives of
disadvantaged children. Both Brad and Milt are
proud to participate in this most worthy cause.
Milt Schwartzberg has been engaged in the practice of law since 1974, when he was admitted before the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts as well as the Supreme Court of the United States. Milt has also been admitted to practice before all state courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Milt received his Bachelor’s Degree from Brooklyn College in 1970 and his Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School in 1974.
Since his admission to the Bar, Milt has been
engaged in the practice of various and diverse areas
of civil law. Among these areas has been the civil
litigation of a multitude of contract, corporate,
business, employment, automobile and disability matters. In so
doing, he has represented hundreds of businesses,
individuals and organizations, both profit and
Additionally, Milt’s legal expertise has been published in graduate school textbooks. Of note, his analysis of contract law in an allied-health professional setting has recently been republished in the second edition of “Ethical and Legal Dilemmas in Occupational Therapy.” Milt also authored a chapter on the Family Education Record Privacy Act (FERPA). The latest edition of “Ethical and Legal Dilemmas” contains an updated analysis of the effect that this law has had on higher education in the last ten years. Recently, Milt has appeared as a business and corporate law expert on a two-hour radio call-in show in Boston. In so doing, he was able to provide legal assistance to the metropolitan area business community.
Milt now focuses his practice in the areas of business, corporate and disability insurance law.