McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey Welcomes Litigator Marisa Roman to Boston Office
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that litigator Marisa Roman has joined its national Commercial Litigation practice group in the firm’s Boston office as an Associate.
Marisa’s practice includes a wide variety of commercial litigation, ranging from commercial and contract disputes to bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, products liability, lender liability defense, intellectual property, insurance defense, construction litigation, and others. Representing clients nationwide, she routinely handles matters in federal and state court. Marisa has participated in mediations and prepared cases for trial on numerous occasions.
“Marisa’s multi-disciplinary background across commercial litigation makes her a fit for our commercial and consumer financial services clients in New England and nationwide,” said Shana M. Boughton who leads McGlinchey’s Boston office. “She takes a holistic view of clients’ needs and works closely with them and the entire legal team to design the best solution for each challenge. She will be a great asset to our clients.”
Previously, as in-house counsel and a management consultant, Marisa has managed everything from transactional and purchase and sale work, to leases, employment, and data privacy. While in law school, she completed a judicial internship in the United States Bankruptcy Court of the District of Massachusetts with Hon. Joan N. Feeney. She is licensed in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Marisa holds a law degree from Boston University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.
“We are building a deep bench of experienced commercial litigators to meet client needs nationwide,” said Anthony Rollo, who chairs the firm’s national Commercial Litigation practice group. “We are excited to add Marisa to our growing team in Boston and to work together to provide valuable solutions to our clients.”
The attorneys in McGlinchey’s Boston office, which opened in June 2019, focus on commercial, insurance, and financial services litigation matters, representing some of the largest financial institutions across the United States.