Sean is a partner and founder of the firm, O'Connor, Carnathan and Mack, who focuses... more
Sean is a partner and founder of the firm, O'Connor, Carnathan and Mack, who focuses his practice in complex business litigation. He has been litigating since 1993 and has appeared in state and federal courts all over the country. He has substantial experience with director, officer and shareholder litigation, trust fund litigation and insolvency related litigation. Sean has also prosecuted a n... view profile
Since 2002, Lee has commenced, defended, mediated, arbitrated, tried, and resolved... more
Since 2002, Lee has commenced, defended, mediated, arbitrated, tried, and resolved numerous commercial litigation matters. Lee has been an arbitrator for the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) since 2005. Since 2010, he has focused his practice on investment claims including suitability and fraud cases. Lee is available to... view profile
Prior to joining Sally & Fitch LLP in January, 1995, Steve Reilly had been with the... more
Prior to joining Sally & Fitch LLP in January, 1995, Steve Reilly had been with the Boston law firm of Hale and Dorr, where he became a junior partner in the litigation department in 1994. Steve graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1989. He earned his undergraduate degree summa cum laude in 1986 from Middlebury College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Since 2004, Steve has bee... view profile
Waltham, MA, Salem, NH, and Naples, FLlawyer, Attorney Beliveau focuses his practice... more
Waltham, MA, Salem, NH, and Naples, FLlawyer, Attorney Beliveau focuses his practice on asset protection, business law , civil litigation, elder Medicaid law, estate planning , estate trust administration (probate),real estate, andtaxation . He has experience with buy-sell agreements, corporations, Charitable Lead Trusts (CLTs), Charitable Remainder Trusts (CRTs), Family Limited Partnerships ... view profile
I am married and have two children, a daughter who has studied art and a son who is... more
I am married and have two children, a daughter who has studied art and a son who is about to graduate from the University of Virginia with a degree in history. I have served on the School Committee in my hometown for the past 15 years. I enjoy reading and golf.
I treat my clients and their important problems extremely seriously. Clients put a... more
I treat my clients and their important problems extremely seriously. Clients put a great deal of trust and faith in my abilities and experience, and I work very hard to honor this by maximizing the options available and achieve the best result in the given circumstances. My highest priority is to do whatever I feel is in my clients' best interests. Therefore, if I do not have time to devot... view profile
Private practice with emphasis on litigation since bar admission in 1977. Civil... more
Private practice with emphasis on litigation since bar admission in 1977. Civil litigation, personal injury, criminal defense. No charge for initial consultation. --- Teaches Trial Advocacy at Harvard Law School (Trial Advocacy Workshop, Teaching Team member) Clients' Security Board of the Supreme Judicial Court - Board Member, 2003-2008 (Chair, 2006-2008)
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