According to The McLane Law firm, David Moynihan has been elected to the board of directors of the Woburn Business Association.Tags:
The Woburn Business Association is a membership organization that promotes and protects business interests in the City of Woburn and provides networking services for the business community.
Moynihan's practice focuses on real estate and related matters, including acquisitions, leasing and condominium law.
Prior to joining McLane, Moynihan served as inside general counsel with several established New England firms, including Brady Sullivan Properties of Manchester, New Hampshire, Portland Natural Gas Transmission System, of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Cummings Properties of Woburn, Massachusetts.
He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and the U.S. District Court (Massachusetts), and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
Moynihan earned his B.A in political science from Merrimack College and his J.D. from California Western School of Law, as well as a Certificate of Completion in International Comparative Corporate Law from King's College of Law, London, England.
In addition to the Woburn Business Association, he is also a director of the North Suburban Chamber of Commerce, and he has served on the Planning Board and Master Plan Commission of Ipswich, Massachusetts. He also served as President of the Friends of Ipswich Public Library.
Moynihan currently lives in Lynnfield, Massachusetts with his wife, Lia Zulalian-Moynihan.
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Moynihan of McLane Law elected to board of the Woburn Business Association
January 27, 2011 - Front Section