Martin G. Corry, specializes
in regulatory and legislative issues on behalf of many Massachusetts
"blue chip" entities. His remarkable record of success is
highlighted by the passage of several major laws that received
considerable public and media attention. These include:
of the Film Tax Credit in 2005, enabling the growth of the
industry from six (6) motion pictures in 2009 to more than 40 in
Tax Credit Legislation on behalf of a life science company in
2014, for an annual $1.2 million in savings.
watershed Intensive Care Unit Patient Limit Legislation in 2014
was signed into law. The first United States legislation limiting
the number of patients a nurse could be required to care for.
the course of a career spanning more than 30 years, Corry has played a
key role in Health Care Finance Reform legislation; Public Safety
legislation; Banking, Insurance & Financial Services; and Public
Motorola during a 15-year period, he helped draft and worked with key
legislators to pass more than $70 million in funding for the first
Digital Statewide Public Safety Communications System.
is a graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School.
to the diverse nature of his clients’ interests, Corry has been able
to interact with legislators at the earliest stages of their careers.
By developing a relationship based upon providing quick and accurate
responses to legislative informational requests, Corry has assisted,
among others, the Motion Picture Association of America, Ernst &
Young, AstraZeneca, the Massachusetts Nurses Association, Sanofi,
Motorola, Raytheon and Blue Cross Blue Shield, among others, in
achieving their legislative goals.
diligent and aggressive representation of clients' interests has
earned him wide-reaching acclaim on Beacon Hill. Corry's razor-sharp
insight is regularly called upon – both professionally and
politically – by Republican and Democratic legislators, regulators
and administration officials, alike. His ability to network with
legislative staff personnel affords him access to critical informational resources, which he, in
turn, is able to assess on behalf of his clients. Marty Corry
personifies the dynamic capabilities of his firm.