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David Katz is an experienced trial lawyer with a sole focus of representing the interests of corporations as an insurer, creditor and employer. He is a tireless and no nonsense advocate for national, regional and local corporations in court, arbit...
Practice areas: Litigation, Business, Arbitration
Frank Connor is an experienced trial and appellate attorney in federal and state courts in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. His expertise includes cases involving medical professional liability defense, business disputes, insurance and reinsurance ...
Practice areas: Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Administrative Law, Mediation
David is a trial and appellate attorney with over 18 years of legal experience. He represents businesses and individuals in business and commercial disputes, employment litigation and real estate controversies. David regularly represents clients i...
Practice areas: Litigation, Appeals
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