Mr. Considine has a well established litigation-based, business law practice with a concentration in government law. Since 1990, he has worked in private practice providing legal representation and consulting services to business clients on diverse matters involving litigation, legislation and regulatory law.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Considine was employed by the Massachusetts State Senate, serving as legal counsel to the Committee on Government Regulations from 1985 to 1990. From 1980 to 1984, he was employed by the Massachusetts House of Representatives and served as staff director of the Joint Committee on Energy.
Mr. Considine operated his own legal/lobbying firm for seventeen years before merging it with Brown Rudnick, LLP, where he led the firm’s Massachusetts Government Law and Strategies Group practice.
Mr. Considine has extensive civil and criminal trial experience. His practice areas include contracts, commercial and business litigation, commercial arbitration, and appellate advocacy. He has represented clients in the automotive, banking, energy, environmental, gaming, hospitality, real estate, and telecommunications industries. Mr. Considine is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Suffolk University Law School.