Mr. Burwick's written work has appeared in The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, NSCP's Currents, Law360, LawForChange, The New York Real Estate Journal, The New England Real Estate Journal, The Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal, Forbes, The American Spectator, The Jacksonville Business Journal, The Hilton Head Island Packet, Bluffton Today, Parcbench and in syndicated columns in WorldNetDaily. He has been quoted in The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Boston Globe and The Boston Herald, among other publications. He has also been a regular speaker at legal, accounting and financial services industry events including the "2013 Red Flag Seminar" in New York, NY. From 2007-09, he was co-host of "The Financial Consultants with Birnbaum and Burwick," a daily business and public affairs program. He has appeared many times on the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network and he has also served as legal expert to "The Dr. Gina Show," a nationally syndicated public affairs program, and to several other media outlets.

Mr. Burwick is licensed to practice law in Florida, in the District of Columbia and before the United States Tax Court. He is a candidate for Admission on Motion to the Massachusetts Bar and he holds FINRA Series 7, 22, 24, 63 and 65 registrations.

Mr. Burwick serves on the Board of Directors of Autism Speaks. At Autism Speaks, he is the Chairman of Corporate Development.  Mr. Burwick also serves on the Georgetown University Law Advisory Board. He is actively involved in a wide array of other charitable, philanthropic, religious and civic organizations too numerous to list here. He lives and works in the Greater Boston area and travels extensively, investigating new and exciting opportunities to bring to his clients.

Michael Burwick brings more than twenty years of legal, business and financial experience to the firm. He is, first and foremost, a trusted advisor. His clients' concerns are his concerns and his clients' goals are his goals. He is truly invested in each and every client. 

Mr. Burwick earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University's College of Arts and Sciences, magna cum laude, and with Distinction in the field of Sociology. While at Boston University, he was the two-time winner of the Diedre H. Symington Sociology Prize. Mr. Burwick went on to distinguish himself at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, graduating with his J.D. in 1995, cum laude. At Georgetown Law, he served on the Editorial Board of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, the preeminent publication devoted to the subject of ethics and law, and was published in the Journal in 1994. Mr. Burwick attended the MBA program at the Leonard N. Stern Graduate School of Business at New York University and returned to Georgetown Law to obtain an LL.M. in Taxation and a second LL.M. in Securities Law and Financial Regulation. Both of these degrees were awarded with multiple honors including the CALI Award for Excellence in the field of Financial Accounting for Attorneys.

Mr. Burwick has served as an Assistant Attorney General, as Legal Counsel to the United States House of Representatives, and as Counsel to the national law firm, Day Pitney LLP. He is currently "of counsel" to Hunter Business Law (HBL), a boutique law firm catering to businesses, entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals and families. At HBL, Mr. Burwick concentrates his practice in the areas of tax law and securities law.


about us

Like most financial services firms, we believe in a diversified portfolio that best suits the investment goals of our clients. However, we are fortunate to have the ability to choose from a wider array of investment products than many of the large firms who advertise on television and have big buildings and stadiums with their corporate logos on them. This is because we are smaller, more nimble and truly independent. Because of those factors, we are able to consider many more innovative and creative solutions for our clients. The large financial institutions do not have the time or the personal to devote to alternative investments, especially those securities where the entire capital raise for the fund or the project is less than a few hundred million dollars. Those alternatives, most with considerable tax advantages, in real estate, energy and other tangible assets, can add an entirely new dimension to our focus on tax-deferred and tax advantageous investing and our emphasis on seeking a truly diversified portfolio of non-correlated investments for our clients.