With 20 years of experience, Philip Jack is a seasoned attorney with a practice focused primarily on real estate and corporate law. Mr. Jack maintains deep roots in Massachusetts having obtained his BA from Williams College and his JD from Boston College Law School. Following law school Mr. Jack founded and managed both a successful private law practice, as well as a complementary mortgage brokerage company with over 50 combined employees and operations throughout New England.
In 2008, Mr. Jack co-founded Perry, Krumsiek & Jack, LLP, and grew the firm to over 20 attorneys with offices in Boston and Washington, DC. After managing the firm for four years, Mr. Jack made the decision to refocus his professional energy on his own practice. In 2012 he reestablished his private practice in the Boston Metrowest region where his core clients were located, and where he is an active member of the community.
Mr. Jack’s real estate practice includes commercial and residential acquisitions, leasing, refinancing, loan acquisitions, workouts, foreclosures and related bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Jack also provides counseling to his clients on land use, permitting and other areas of municipal law.
With the expertise gathered from his own successful entrepreneurial ventures, Mr. Jack counsels both established and start-up businesses on a variety of legal issues, including business formation, succession planning, contracts, lease negotiations, employee relations and general business planning and management.
Mr. Jack is active in politics and government having worked on multiple local, state and national campaigns as well as a Congressional legislative aide on Capital Hill.
Mr. Jack resides in Ashland where he has served as an elected member of the Ashland Board of Selectmen (Past Chairman), as well as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Conservation Commission, and as Ashland’s representative to the MetroWest Growth Management Committee (Past Chairman), the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (Chairman) and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.
Mr. Jack and his wife Heather have two fantastic children, Elizabeth and Alex, whom he coaches in soccer.