Richard D. Vetstein, Esq., Founding Partner of The Vetstein Law Group, P.C.
Richard D. Vetstein, Esq. is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and is the founding partner of the Vetstein Law Group, P.C. Richard Vetstein is a seasoned business and real estate attorney who has developed a broad litigation and transactional practice. You can contact Richard Vetstein directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or (508) 532-1602. For more information about Rich, click here.
Richard Vetstein has represented clients in hundreds of lawsuits and disputes involving business, real estate, construction, condominium, zoning, environmental, banking and financial services, employment, and personal injury law.
In real estate matters, Richard Vetstein offers his clients an inside perspective as a former zoning board member when they navigate local zoning, permitting, conservation, alcohol/entertainment, and environmental boards. Rich also handles residential and commercial real estate purchase and sales transactions, as well as new business formation and incorporation.
Rich received his law degree with honors from Suffolk University Law School. At Suffolk, Rich was selected as a Note Editor on the Law Review. Rich was also the sole student selected for a prestigious judicial internship with Federal District Court Judge William G. Young.
Rich received a B.S. degree from Miami (Ohio) University in Oxford, OH in Mass Communication/Media Management with a minor in Marketing. At Miami University, Rich was an Account Executive in a nationally acclaimed student advertising program for Molson Breweries in Toronto, Canada. Rich was also a setter on the Miami Men’s Volleyball team, and a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
Rich enjoys being involved in his community, local philanthropies and bar associations. For eight years, Rich was an associate member of the Sudbury Zoning Board of Appeals and the chair of the Earth Removal Board. Presently, Rich is a Leadership Fellow of the Leadership Metrowest Academy Class of 2009, an Advisory Board Member for the Corridor 9 Chamber of Commerce’s HYPE 9 (Helping Young Professionals Engage Corridor 9) Board, and a member of the Worcester Young Businessmen’s Association. Rich sits on the Litigation Committee of the Real Estate Bar Association (REBA), and is a member of the Massachusetts, Metrowest, and American Bar Associations. Rich is also the past chair and current board member of Combined Jewish Philanthropies’ Young Lawyers Group and a member of CJP’s Young Leadership Division.