I focus on business and commercial litigation (including non-compete agreements and departing employees), products liability and litigation involving school districts and municipalities. Some of my past cases include: enforcing non-compete agreements against former agents located in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, representing 29 counties in a tax protester case, obtaining complete dismissal of claims by a class of employees against two school districts allegedly responsible for losses caused by a third-party administrator of retirement plans, contract disputes involving HMO's, and defending schools and municipalities against discrimination claims.
I went to Boston University School of Law, where I was Executive Editor of the American Journal of Law and Medicine. I also went to Niagara University, where I was named to USA Today's Collegiate All American team. In 2005, I was one of two American lawyers selected for a six week fellowship in London where I worked with barristers at 7 KBW and Fountain Court. I also met the Queen (sort of). I was selected by Buffalo's Business First Journal as a 40 Under 40 award winner in 2008.
I am admitted in New York and Massachusetts and various federal courts. I have published articles on non-compete agreements (Buffalo Law Journal ), enforcing foreign money judgments in New York (12 N.Y. Litigator 16 ), electronic service of process (51 Buff. L. Rev. 337  and 9 J. of Internet Law 3 ), wetland litigation (37 J. Marshall L. Rev. 1017 ), ADR (14 Temple Int'l & Comp. L.J. ), genetic discrimination (24 Am. J. L. & Med. 443 ) and legal ethics (Recent Developments In Massachusetts and Federal Law ).