Attorneys in McGlinchey’s Boston office represent clients in all areas of litigation and commercial law. Our team of highly-experienced litigators in Boston works closely with attorneys from McGlinchey’s national practice to provide clients with a full range of comprehensive legal counsel while delivering exceptional service.
Investigations and MoreIRS Announces New Crypto Reporting Requirements
May 26, 2021
On May 20, 2021, the IRS announced that “businesses that receive crypto assets with fair market value of more than $10,000” will need to be reported. In short, there will be a new layer of significant crypto-sphere reporting requirements.
McGlinchey in the NewsEmerging Litigation Podcast: The False Claims Act with Jack Siegal
May 19, 2021
Member Jack Siegal (Boston) was featured on the Emerging Litigation podcast discussing the False Claims Act with Tom Hagy, editor of the Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation. An article by Jack discussing this topic will appear in the Journal later this year. During the episode, Jack discusses the False Claims Act's purpose, and why we may see an increase of FCA claims in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic recovery.
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Welcomes Two Financial Services Litigators in New York City
April 26, 2021
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to welcome two attorneys to the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Financial Services Litigation practice groups in the New York City office. Experienced litigator Margaret Cascino has been hired Of Counsel and Matthew Gordon has been hired as Associate.
Attorney Published ArticleDefault Mortgage Servicing of Litigated Matters in the COVID-19 Era
April 20, 2021
Shanna Boughton (Boston), Patrick Voke (Boston), and Dennis Amore (New York City) co-authored an article summarizing some of the regulatory developments affecting default mortgage servicers and further considerations for handling default litigation in the ABA Business Law Section’s The Business Lawyer, Volume 76, Issue 2, Spring 2021.
AlertSEC’s 2021 Examination Priorities Focus on Fintechs and Sustainability
April 16, 2021
In March, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Examinations (SEC) announced its 2021 examination priorities. The SEC has committed to focusing its investigations on, among other issues, “attendant risks related to FinTech,” conflicts of interest for securities brokers, and investment advisor breach of fiduciary duty.
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Names New Office Managing Attorneys
March 10, 2021
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that in 2021, eight attorneys have been promoted to Office Managing Members (Partners) within the firm.
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Welcomes Litigator Marisa Roman to Boston Office
February 9, 2021
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.
AlertCOVID Relief Updates: Mortgages, Debt Collection, and Student Lending
February 9, 2021
Since the beginning of the year and the change in Presidential administrations, a number of relief measures granted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have been extended. Below are updates regarding relief measures in place pertaining to mortgage foreclosures and evictions, debt collection, and student lending.
Attorney PresentationConsumer Finance Litigation: Trends, Updates, and Challenges Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
December 14, 2020
Shanna Boughton (Boston) and Kerry Ann Cummings (Fort Lauderdale) will co-present a LIVE Webcast with The Knowledge Group on Monday, December 14. The webcast will provide an in-depth analysis of the latest trends, updates, and challenges affecting consumer finance litigation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attorney PresentationManaging Your Increased Litigation Exposure: Preparing Your Organization for the New Wave of Lawsuits after COVID-19
December 4, 2020
Shanna M. Boughton (Boston), will co-present "Managing Your Increased Litigation Exposure: Preparing Your Organization for the New Wave of Lawsuits after COVID-19" during the ACI Women Leaders in Financial Services Law and Compliance on December 4, 2020.