News

Tinti on Board of MECC Helping Local Manufacturer – The Salem News

Bentley Academy pupils fired-up for donated Kindle devices“- The Salem News

“SBA chief tackles tough questions during Salem visit” 

“Coakley: Mass. economy primed for growth, though still recovering”
— The Salem News

“North Shore Chamber recognizes Christine Sullivan”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Bill Tinti urges members to attend Gubernatorial Series & to Sponsor Honor Scholars Dinner on April 16, 2014”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Column: Salem reads together 3.28.14”
— The Salem News

Salem native Hannah Tinti, author of “The Good Thief” and daughter of Bill Tinti

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“Chamber announces award nominees – Attorney Scott Grover nominated for community service award”
— The Salem News

“Rep. John Keenan talks on Energy at Expo Luncheon”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Chairman Bill Tinti welcomes guests to 2014 Expo Luncheon on Energy”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Chairman Bill Tinti at Feb. 5th Executive Breakfast”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Wendi Goldsmith- FEMA Flood Map Update: Feb. 5th Executive Breakfast”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

Attorney General Martha Coakley visits Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey, P.C.

The Attorney General of Massachusetts, Martha Coakley and candidate for Governor of Massachusetts visited the offices of Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey on January 21st, 2014 to meet with Bill Tinti and others on certain issues. While at the office of the Firm, the Attorney General stopped and visited with most of the attorneys and staff of the Firm. See Pictures: 1.21.14 Attorney General Coakley visit

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(from left) Stan Usovicz,State Chair of the Mass WIB Association; Mary Saris, Executive Director of the Northshore WIB; Martha Coakley, Attorney General of Massachusetts; and Bill Tinti, President of Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey, P.C.

Tinti Quinn, Grover & Frey, P.C. names new Partner

We are pleased to announce that Jonathan M. Ofilos has been named Partner with the Firm. Bill Tinti, the senior partner of the Firm stated: “Jon is a star at Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey. He has proven to be an outstanding lawyer and gifted advocate. We are lucky to have him as a partner.” Jonathan has been an associate with the Firm since 2009 and has concentrated his practice in the areas of Commercial Real Estate, Financing Transactions, Business Law and Creditors Rights. Prior to his association with the firm, Jonathan served as an assistant Attorney General with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.

“A familiar face at chamber’s helm”
— The Salem News

“The North Shore Chamber thanks Rob Lutts for a year of progress and achievements as chairman and welcomes Incoming Chairman Attorney William Tinti “
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll Keynotes the 95th Annual Dinner of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Governor Deval Patrick speaks to North Shore Chamber Members”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Michael Minogue, CEO, ABIOMED, speaks at North Shore Chamber Breakfast on jobs for Veterans”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Bill Tinti welcomes guests to Leadership Breakfast with Governor Deval Patrick”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Conifer Hill Commons : Local development firm creates 90 affordable apartments in Danvers, without resorting to 40B”
— The Salem News

“Chamber Breakfast Forum in Danvers”
— The Salem News

“Salem Representative John Keenan speaks on Importance of Redeveloping Salem Harbor Station Site”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“State Auditor Suzanne Bump Speaks to NSCC regarding Reforms to address Government Fraud”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Our View: Tech Tax on the ropes”
— The Salem News

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on small business – is your firm ready?
The North Shore Chamber of Commerce recently formed a Health Care Task Force focused on the Affordable Care Act’s impact on Small Business. The task force is being chaired by William Tinti, of Salem based lawfirm, Tinti Quinn Grover & Frey PC.

(from left to right) Bill Tinti, Bill Guenther & Rob Lutts

(from left to right) Bill Tinti, Bill Guenther & Rob Lutts

Watch videos below:
Executive Breakfast Tech Tax Repeal & ACA Waiver Update
Bill Tinti Gives Third Update on Obamacare (MA Waivers)
Bill Tinti Roadmaps the Affordable Care Act – Board of Directors
Bill Tinti talks ramifications for Business due to the ACA
North Shore Chamber Heath Care Task Force Chairman, Bill Tinti
The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

Tinti Leads Group to meet Senator Warren

Tinti leads group of workforce development professionals to Washington to meet with Senator Elizabeth Warren on the issue of WIA Reauthorization. Tinti is former chair of the Massachusetts Workforce Board Association, former chair of the Northshore Workforce Board and present member of the Board of the National Association of Workforce Boards. 
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“Representative John Keenan gives update on Future of Salem Harbor Station to NSCC Board of Directors”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

“Representative John Keenan Speaks on Future of Salem Power Plant at North Shore Chamber April 4, 2012 Breakfast”
— The North Shore Chamber of Commerce

Groundhog Job Shadow Day

On February 3rd, Attorney Jonathan Ofilos and Laurie Lassiter, Office Manager of Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey, P.C. participated in Groundhog Job Shadow day hosted by the Northshore Youth Career Center. Job shadow day allows students to visit a worksite and shadow an employee for the morning. This structured worksite experience provided students with a view of the world of work and the range of career opportunities available to them. It also provided students with a firsthand look at the skills required to succeed and build a career. Edwin Baez, a senior from the Salem Academy Charter School shadowed attorney Ofilos and Tatiana Buchanan shadowed Laurie. The students were given a tour of the office, met with all the attorney and staff, and visited the Southern Essex District Registry of Deeds. Both Tatiana and Edwin were very excited to be there and enjoyed lunch at Victoria’s Station with Attorney Ofilos afterwards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See pictures: 2.3.12 Groundhog Job Shadow Day


Tinti Appointed to Board of MGCC

In December, Governor Deval Patrick announced the appointment of  Bill Tinti, President of Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey, P.C., to the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation’s Board of Directors. The MGCC was recently formed by act of the legislature consolidating other existing quasi public business organizations. The mission of the MGCC is to create and preserve  jobs at small businesses, women and minority owned businesses, and to promote economic development in underserved, gateway municipalities and low and moderate income communities and has received Federal and State funding to accomplish its mission. MGCC will be Massachusetts’ single point of entry for technical and financial assistance to small businesses, as the Governor remarked, “I have called upon Bill’s leadership as we grow our economy and put more and more people back to work each month”.

Bill Tinti and Governor Deval Patrick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit their Website: Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation

 

William F. Quinn of the Salem, MA law firm Tinti, Quinn, Grover & Frey, P.C. has acted as real estate counsel to Eastman Gelatine Corporation for over 10 years, and provided all real estate counsel services to the Company in the closing of this transaction.
Kodak Announces Agreement to Sell Eastman Gelatine Subsidiary
— Investor’s Business Daily

Tierney Reception at the Hawthorne Hotel 

On December 14, 2011 a fundraising reception for Congressman John Tierney was hosted by Bill Tinti and Michael J. Harrington. The event was attended by several members of the Massachusetts Workforce Board Association, as well as local business and community leaders. Congressman Tierney was held up in Washington, D.C. for a voting session and was unable to attend the event. Kevin McDermott, the Legislative Director for Congressman Tierney, attended on his behalf and answered questions from the audience relating to the reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act through legislation to be introduced by Congressman Tierney. Also in attendance from the Congressman’s staff were Chip Payson, District Director at the office of Congressman John Tierney, and Drew Russo, Financial Director of the Congressman’s campaign. Congressman Tierney was able to conference call in to thank his supporters and elaborated on important issues facing our country. See pictures : 12.14.11 Tierney Reception at the Hawthorne Hotel

“Historic House Will be Saved”
— The Salem News

“A Brother Act at Marblehead Theater”
The Salem News

“Neighbors Appeal ZBA Approval of Doggie Day care Center”
— The Salem Patch

“The Economic and Social Case for the American Jobs Act”
— The Podium, Voices of New England Boston.com

— From F1rstJobs Summer 2011 Newsletter

 

— From Massachusetts Lawyers Weekley