Mr. Dalimonte has extensive litigation and trial experience in products liability and toxic torts. He was one of the first trial lawyers in the Commonwealth to argue the admissibility of expert testimony at a Daubert hearing. He has tried cases to verdict and successfully resolved others through mediation. Mr. Dalimonte has argued appeals before the Massachusetts Court of Appeals and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Prior to forming his own firm, Mr. Dalimonte supervised a nationwide effort to collect and analyze data for strategic use in the nationwide asbestos personal injury litigation. As such, he oversaw and coordinated local counsel and more than five hundred paralegals throughout the United States. He also supervised processing a global settlement of over 50,000 asbestos cases. Mr. Dalimonte brings a sophisticated business perspective to his practice. As the president of a closely held export company, he was invited by the (then) Soviet government to participate in a medical products trade mission to Moscow and Kiev. As part of this mission, Mr. Dalimonte represented his company in discussions with American and Soviet officials and with business leaders from around the world. He is also a former member of the Board of Trustees of North Adams State College.
Mr. Dalimonte is a 1989 graduate of the Marquette University Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review. He was awarded the Adolf I. Mendelker Scholarship for combined achievement in legal studies and community service and also received the American Jurisprudence Award for excellence in the study of Civil Procedure. While an undergraduate, Mr. Dalimonte studied the British criminal justice system at Oxford University.
Mr. Dalimonte is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and the United States Court of Claims. He maintains active membership in the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Boston Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and the American Association for Justice.