MassBar Bulletin: Member updates

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017

cooke, carole sky view(new)Suffolk County: MBA Honor Roll Firm Todd & Weld LLP announces that Carole Cooke has been elected to the partnership effective Jan. 1. Cooke concentrates her practice on representing plaintiffs and defendants in employment law disputes involving wage claims, discrimination, restrictive covenants, and executive compensation. She also litigates complex commercial disputes.


kitces_james00[2]MBA member James Kitces has been elected as a principal at MBA Honor Roll Firm Robins Kaplan LLP. Kitces counsels and represents large business insurers in first party coverage, third party liability coverage, industrial subrogation claims, and inspection claims.

 

 

rossi, michael croppedMBA Honor Roll Firm Conn Kavanaugh is pleased to announce that as of Jan. 1, MBA member Michael J. Rossihas become a partner in the firm. Michael will continue his practice in the litigation of professional liability, employment, commercial and real estate disputes.


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