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Gayatri R. Deodhar

Gayatri R. Deodhar


MA – Boston area
T: 781.309.1504 | F: 781.246.0167


Gayatri advises clients in civil litigation matters including construction, premises liability, personal injury and products liability cases, and against employment and professional liability claims. She has prevailed in court for clients against claims of harassment, interference, tortious misconduct, negligence, breach of the warranty of habitability, breach of the covenant of quiet enjoyment, and breach of contract. Gayatri has prior law experience as an associate at an insurance defense firm in Boston, Massachusetts.

After earning her Juris Doctorate from Villanova University, Charles Widger School of Law, Gayatri served as a staff attorney with the Committee for Public Counsel Services representing indigent clients in criminal matters in Worcester County and Plymouth County, Massachusetts.


  • Obtained unanimous jury verdict on behalf of our restaurateur client wherein Plaintiff filed suit claiming glasses fell from a server’s tray and broke as they hit the floor, causing a piece of glass to strike her in the eye, resulting in a permanent injury; the jury found that our Defendant was not negligent, and ruled in favor of our client.
  • Prevailed for property owners of a ground-floor commercial condominium in a three-unit mixed-use building after harassment, interference and tortious misconduct by other unit owners; following a two-week trial, the jury found our clients not liable on each count of the counterclaims and awarded our clients damages for lost rent, as well as attorneys’ fees and costs.
  • Obtained unanimous defense verdict at the Suffolk County Superior Court in a personal injury case wherein the Plaintiff was struck by a shuttle bus driven by our hotel client’s employee, and sustained injuries that allegedly required surgery; the jury agreed with our attorneys that our client was not negligent.
  • Obtained favorable summary judgment for a luxury apartment owner and management company client wherein Plaintiff, a resident of client’s complex, alleged negligence, breach of the warranty of habitability, breach of the covenant of quiet enjoyment, breach of contract and violation of M.G.L. c. 93 after allegedly suffering respiratory symptoms due to air-borne mold in her unit; the Superior Court granted summary judgment on behalf of our client for all five counts.
  • Obtained favorable summary judgment on a construction accident matter wherein plaintiff, an employee retained through our remediation specialist client, was struck in the head by a bucket lift resulting in closed head injuries; our attorneys’ argued that the waiver was unambiguous and enforceable, and that by its terms, the plaintiff was precluded from filing suit against the defendant, thereby dismissing plaintiff’s claims against our client.