MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018


MBA Honor Roll Firm Todd & Weld LLP recently announced the addition of four partners to the firm. Attorneys Paul Cirel, Ingrid Martin, Daniel Cloherty and Victoria Steinberg join Todd & Weld after many years as partners at Collora LLP, a Boston boutique litigation firm, which recently combined with the global firm, Hogan Lovells. The addition expands Todd & Weld’s capabilities in white-collar defense, government investigations, complex business disputes, employment law and other litigation practice areas, the firm said in a press release.

Ian J. Pinta of MBA Honor Roll Firm Todd & Weld LLP was recently elected to the firm’s partnership. He concentrates his practice on commercial business and general litigation matters, as well as medical malpractice and personal injury litigation. Pinta obtained his law degree cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, and undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

The Massachusetts Bar Association accepts MBA member-submitted announcements for publication in the MassBar Bulletin section of Massachusetts Lawyers Journal. Get further connected with fellow MBA members by sharing your noteworthy professional and personal accomplishments. There is no cost to participate.

HOW TO SUBMIT: Send a blurb of 75 words or less to Please include your name, firm/place of work, and the town and county where you work. Photo submissions are also welcome (hi-res, 300 dpi or larger, photos). Due to space constraints, only a limited number of photos may appear in a given issue of Lawyers Journal.

Announcements accepted for consideration include individual professional accomplishments (new jobs, promotions, recent accomplishments or awards*, etc.) and personal news (weddings, engagements, birth announcements, and other notable outside-of-work accomplishments). Honor Roll Firm announcements are also encouraged.

*Awards should not include mentions in Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers, AV ratings and other list-type awards due to the large number of attorneys who receive them.