Enjoying the practice of law. A 30 year veteran of state and federal white-collar... more
Enjoying the practice of law. A 30 year veteran of state and federal white-collar criminal defense work. In addition, have represented clients as plaintiff or defense counsel in multi-million dollar litigation-- 5-500 million value. Off-times referred to as one of two Boston litigation gurus in the criminal defense field (as self-serving as that sounds.) Hobbies include work trying to enhance t... view profile
David M. Bilodeau, an Associate at GERW, practiced with Howard at Rosenberg,... more
David M. Bilodeau, an Associate at GERW, practiced with Howard at Rosenberg, Freedman & Goldstein LLP. He originally began at RFG as a law clerk while attending Suffolk University Law School and became an Associate after graduating in 2011. David focuses his practice in domestic relations litigation with expertise in business valuation. Before law school, David worked in the private sector for... view profile
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