Proud to Give Back to Eastie

Special to the Times-Free Press

Local attorney A.J. Moscone has been unanimously approved by the East Boston Chamber of Commerce as a member of the Board of Directors.  Born and raised in Eastie, he is the son of Al and Val Moscone and the Grandson of Roberta Daley (Molinaro) and Francis Daley and Diane Mozzetta, all of Eastie.  A.J. is a product of the Boston school system and Eastie’s youth sports.  “My strong work ethic and ability to connect with clients on a personal level are what set me apart, and I owe almost all of my success to what I learned growing up in Eastie, where I was taught not only to face adversity, but how to overcome it as well as to always be the hardest worker in the room. 

A.J. Moscone with Giulianna Moscone, his daughter, at his Federal Court Admission Ceremony.

These are valuable traits I carry into my practice that allow me to successfully advocate for my clients.”  A.J. handles an array of legal matters including civil, business and criminal litigation as well as real estate and licensure matters.  He has successfully argued before a judge or jury in multiple venues across the Commonwealth.

  Some of his local representative matters include Maverick’s, which involved Superior Court litigation, and Pazza on Porter, where he represented Pazza in the acquisition of their liquor license. 

“To me, the word attorney is synonymous with being a problem solver and I view being an attorney as not only a profession, but a calling to help people in need.  The most rewarding aspect of being an attorney is seeing the hard work payoff in the form of reaching successful results for your clients, whether it’s representing a lifelong friend in the purchase of their first home or a local restaurant in protecting or growing their business.”

“As someone who was born and raised in Eastie I owe it to help improve the community and I am excited for the opportunity to assist through the Chamber of Commerce.” 

“In addition to the support of my parents, I was fortunate growing up to be surrounded by many great local role models, business minds and community leaders including current Chamber president Jim Kearney as well as past Chamber presidents Joanne Chance and Joe Ruggiero.”  A.J. is an associate attorney with D’Ambrosio Brown, LLP, he is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

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