Emmanuel Gonzalez

Emmanuel Gonzalez, Esq.

Litigation, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property, Business and Contract Law, Real Estate

J.D. Suffolk University Law School

MBA. Suffolk University Business School

B.A. University of Massachusetts Amherst

Emmanuel graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2015. Emmanuel’s area of law focuses on working with start-ups companies and medium size businesses in legal matters such as business formations, trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights, and contracts. Additionally, Emmanuel practices in the area of Real Estate, commercial and residential leases and purchase and sales agreements.

During his last year of law school, Emmanuel participated in the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship clinical program of Suffolk University Law School as a 3.03 certified student attorney. There, he worked with entrepreneurs and small business owners on various legal matters including business formations, user and privacy agreements; partnership dissolution agreements. Further, he worked legal matters involving trademark litigation like Monster Energy Drinks vs. Monster Fishkeepers ; Nautica Apparel Co. vs. NautiGirl dare to be naughty; Trademark Bullying project to be presented to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board; and copyright matters with various artists and film producers.

Post law school graduation, Emmanuel’s strong commitment to the community led him to volunteer as a law clerk for the Northeast Justice Center, a non-profit legal aid organization that provides free legal services to under served members of the communities of Lowell, Lawrence and Lynn and it’s surroundings. There, Emmanuel worked in the immigration law department assisting victims of domestic violence with the application of U-Visas as well as serving as a Spanish interpreter when required. Currently, Emmanuel is involved with the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) assisting Spanish-speaking clients with Bankruptcy and Consumer debt collections and is involved with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts – Arts & Business Council of Boston, a non-profit organization that assists artists with various legal matters.

Prior to law school, Emmanuel worked in the insurance industry as a property and injury claims investigator. While working full time, he attended Suffolk University Business School, where his obtained his MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneurship. During his last year of business school, he was selected to participate on Boardroom Leadership Scholar, an award to participate with high-level executive of a company to discuss different business issues affecting their industry.

Emmanuel is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and the United States Federal Court for the District of Massachusetts. Additionally, he is a Notary Public, and a licensed Real Estate Broker. Emmanuel is a member of the Boston Bar Association, Real Estate Bar Association and Essex County Bar Association.