Matthew J. Kidd, – Attorney
Attorney Kidd brings a wide range of skills and experience to his practice. Attorney Kidd has worked in the technology, finance, construction, and real estate fields prior to starting his practice. Kidd has worked in all levels of management and has founded, owned and operated an historic restoration corporation.
Kidd brings his extensive and varied experience to his practice, enabling him to provide practical and effective solutions to a range of criminal and civil matters.
As a Suffolk County Bar Advocate, Kidd’s knowledge and extensive training in criminal trial and motion advocacy are invaluable assets for both criminal and civil matters.
Kidd handles employment, construction, small business, insurance, and personal injury matters, where his clients benefit from his extensive industry experience and practical solutions.
Kidd holds Construction Supervisor, Real Estate Broker, and Notary Public licenses from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Kidd is active in several bar organizations and professional societies including: American Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association, Suffolk Lawyers for Justice, American Bankruptcy Institute, and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers.
Attorney Kidd is admitted to the Massachusetts bar, U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, and US Tax Court.
Attorney Kidd is a graduate of Xaverian Brother’s High School, holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Babson College in Finance and Investments, and a J.D. from Massachusetts School of Law, where he won CALI awards for his work in Federal Employment Discrimination, Motions and Litigation, and Creditors’ Rights.
The firm’s downtown Boston location ensures easy access to district, superior and federal courts, and world-class educational, research, and training centers.
Attorney Kidd has assembled an impressive team of legal professionals, investigators, and support staff, equipped with state of the art research, communication, and productivity technologies to provide practical and effective solutions to both corporate and individual clients.
Paulette M. Pagán, J.D. – Criminal Law Defense Advisor
Ms. Pagán is a May 2016 Suffolk University Law School graduate. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Central Florida in 2012. From her time in undergrad throughout her time in law school, Ms. Pagán kept herself busy with internships ranging from political campaigns to judicial internships.
Ms. Pagán brings with her a year and half of experience within the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. Her second year of law school she interned with the Homicide Unit researching and writing on numerous evidentiary issues as well as and issues of first impression. Following her semester in the Homicide Unit, Ms. Pagán spent a year as a Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:03 Certified Student Prosecutor for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office at the Dorchester District Court managing her own case load and taking cases to trial.
Administrative & Constitutional Law – Reliance on Indiana Pharmacy Board’s Synthetic Drug Statute Creates Constitutionally Void Criminal Statute – Tiplick v. State of Indiana, No. 49A04-1312-CR-617, 2015 WL 383884, at *1 (Ind. App. Jan. 27, 2015)