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Roy F. Gelineau, Esquire

Since leaving the United States Department of the Treasury and his admission to the Bar in 1981, Roy F. Gelineau, Jr. has practiced in both the public and private sectors.  As Public Administrator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as City Solicitor for the City of Beverly, Massachusetts, and as private counsel to individuals and organizations, Roy has represented his clients in all manner of forums, from local municipal boards to federal trial courts.

Roy also consults on political campaigns.  He has advised and counseled candidates for elective office at all levels of government and he has played active roles in successful campaigns for local, state and federal offices.

Roy provides no-nonsense, goal oriented counsel and representation.

Anthony F. Kline Esquire

Since his admission to the Bar in 1991, Anthony Kline has represented individuals, groups and associations, charitable and educational organizations, international agencies and for-profit corporations in both civil and criminal matters.  As an experienced litigator, he has successfully prosecuted and defended cases in both the state and federal court systems.

Anthony is also an experienced appellate advocate, with matters before the Massachusetts Court of Appeals and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Anthony provides practical counsel and results-oriented advice based on realistic goals that take into account important factors such as cost, resources and the likelihood of success.

Ryan Blake Esquire

Prior to his admission to the Massachusetts Bar in 2002, Ryan Blake interned at the United States Department of Justice and clerked in the United States District Court (E.D. Mo).  Since his admission to the Bar, Ryan worked with the Boston Public Health Commission before entering private practice


Gelineau and Kline Attorneys and Counselors-At-Law

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