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About me

I have had success applying an "outside-of-the-box" approach to complex legal problems.  In one recent example of this, my firm and I were able to successfully survive a statute of limitations motion to dismiss on grounds that our plaintiff client's claims accrued some fifteen years prior to the time he filed suit.  The key was a creative approach to interpreting governing trust language.


In addition, I strive always to show courtesy, kindness, compassion and professionalism to my clients.  I return calls and emails promptly.


Practice areas


  1. Litigation: 70%
    18 years, 50 cases
  2. Chapter 7: 15%
    8 years, 20 cases
  3. Appeals: 10%
    20 years
  4. Family: 5%



Hourly ($325-400/hour), contingent (33-38%), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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    A great attorney and wonderful to work for.


    Patrick Cento
    Relationship: Worked for lawyer

  • Adam P. Whitney

    Stefan is a very strategic, thoughtful and experienced litigator. Whether prosecuting or defending a case, he will think through the case strategy far in advance to put his client in the best possible position. I would not hesitate to recommend him on any litigation, appeal or bankruptcy matter.


    Adam Whitney Litigation Attorney
    Relationship: Co-worker

Contact info

Jouret LLC, Attorneys

1 Center Plaza, Suite 220
Boston, MA, 02108-1814


DCInactive 199911/29/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
MemberJouret LLC2015 - Present
PartnerJouret & Samito LLP2009 - 2015
Senior AssociateDeutsch, Williams, Brooks, De Rensis, & Holland, PC2008 - 2009
AssociateDonovan Hatem, LLP2002 - 2008
AssociateBergen & Parkinson, LLC2001 - 2002
AssociateSpriggs & Hollingsworth, LLP1998 - 2001
CounselFinancial Services Committee, U.S. House of Representatives1996 - 1998
Association namePosition nameDuration
National Parents OrganizationMember, Massachusetts Executive Committee2012 - Present
Massachusetts Bar AssociationMember2009 - Present
Boston Bar AssociationMember2006 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Newton Flooding Case$230,000 settlement for my client
Construction disputeSettled at mediation
Therapist-Patient Sex Abuse CaseSettled at mediation for $212,500
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Publication nameTitleDate
Massachusetts Lawyers WeeklyStartups and lost profits in the wake of LightLab2014
SUM NewsNew Options for CPA Clients Facing Foreclosure2014
American BankerRuling in Cuomo Can be Pro-Industry2009
National Law JournalFormer Detroit Mayor's Suit Raises Novel Issues2009
American BankerProvision May Spark Preemption Fight2008
Boston GlobeBanks denied class status against TJX2007
American BankerWhere Watters Decision May Lead Us2007
American BankerSupreme Court Unwisely Backed OCC in Watters2007
Boston Business JournalBanks and credit unions: Partners in the M&A dance?2007
Banker and TradesmanEven Small Banks Should Note Changes to Rules of Civil Procedure2006
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Iowa College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1996
University of FloridaHistoryBA - Bachelor of Arts1993
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Risk Management SeminarContracts: Basics, Bad Clauses and Battles2014
Boston Bar AssociationUpdate on Federal Financial Regulatory Reform2010
The Buck Starts HereThe Great Recession2009
American Association of Residential Mortgage RegulatorsCuomo v. Clearing House and Federal Preemption2009
Boston Bar AssociationFederal Preemption and the Future of the Dual Banking System2007
Boston Bar AssociationE-Discovery and Electronic Document Retention Issues Affecting Financial Institutions2006
SeminarTaking and Defending Effective Depositions in Massachusetts2005