Ted Papadopoulos Partner of Ashton Law PC

Ted Papadopoulos



Ted Papadopoulos is a partner at Ashton Law, P.C and focuses his practice in the representation of management companies and property owners in various landlord-tenant, as well as general real estate related matters. While in law school, Mr. Papadopoulos was a law clerk to the General Counsel for the Boston Red Sox, assisting in real estate acquisitions, partnership agreements, and accessibility compliance at Fenway Park, and also worked in the Adjudication Division of the City of Boston’s Transportation Department. After graduating from law school, he worked at Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks, P.C, focusing on landlord/tenant law and the representation of residential and commercial landlords. A tried litigator, Attorney Papadopoulos has tried jury and bench trials in various District, Housing, and Superior courts throughout Massachusetts, and regularly advises landlords and property owners on how to avoid litigation and the expense(s) associated therewith.

Attorney Papadopoulos consults owners and management companies during the development stages of new properties, acquisitions of existing residential developments, and new management takeover situations. He has conducted lectures and seminars for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE), the National Apartment Association (NAA), and the Institute of Real Estate Managers (IREM), and regularly provides landlord/management consultation for the firm’s clients, and is local/Massachusetts counsel for the National Apartment Association (NAA).

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Suffolk University Law School, 2008
Cornell University, 2002

Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE), Instructor
National Apartment Association (NAA), Member/Massachusetts Counsel
Rental Housing Association (RHA), Member
Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), Member/Lecturer
Hellenic Bar Association (HBA), Member
New England Affordable Housing Association (NEAHMA), Member

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