Practice focusing on Enforcement of Judgments (MA, sister-state and international), commercial collections and business litigation. Professional Fee Disputes. Contract Disputes and Negotiations. Defense of Claims including credit card debts and other debt related claims. Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices. Special counsel in complex collection matters.
With over 25 years experience, I seek to achieve my client's aims as efficiently and effectively as possible. I litigate in the Massachusetts State Courts and in Federal Court. At the outset, I assess the collectibilty of all claims and proceed accordingly. In the proper case, i will apply for prejudgment remedies, such as bank account attachments, real estate attachments, actions to reach and apply (e.g. a debt owed to the debtor) and special attachments (e.g where property is held in trust).
I believe it is important to treat each client with respect and I pay careful attention to the progress of all of my cases. I am accessible and responsive. I strive to uphold a high level of honesty and integrity in all of my dealings with clients and opposing counsel.
When necessary, I collaborate with lawyers in other jurisdictions and with lawyers who have other areas of expertise, such as real estate, chap 11 (reorganization) bankruptcy, I also manage collection portfolios for commercial clients.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|av preeminent 5.5 out of 5||Martindale-Hubbell||2000|
|With Honors||University of Connecticut||1981|
|Magna Cum Laude||Brown University||N/A|
|Owner||Randi Levine||1993 - Present|
|Associate||Albert G. Tierney, Esq.||1990 - 1993|
|Associate||DiCara Selig Sawyer & Holt||1986 - 1989|
|Attorney||American International Group||1983 - 1985|
|Associate||Cohn & Wolf||1981 - 1983|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Business Lawyers Network||2012 - Present|
|Boston Bar Association||2010 - Present|
|Massachusetts Bar Associataion||1987 - Present|
|University of Connecticut Law School||J.D.||1981|
|Massachusetts Association of Trial Lawyers& Lexington Area Lawyers||An Approach to Insuring the Collectability of Judgments||2015|
|KBC Advanced Technology v. Aspetn Technology, Inc., United States District Court,D. Mass., No. 1:13- CV--10528-DPW||Award paid in full amount in excess of $800,000.|
|True North Co. SDN BHD v. Moduform, Inc., Worcester Superior Court, No. 12-00860B||Case settled after ruling in Plaintiff's favor on Motion to Dismiss.|
|Zimmerling v. Affinity Financial Corp. and AARP, Middlesex Superior Court, No. 10-04447||On appeal as to rights of intervening secured creditor.|
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