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Pierce & Mandell Attorneys Recognized as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars 2014

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Pierce & Mandell, P.C. is proud to announce that partners Bob Pierce, Bill Mandell, Michael Fee, Tom Kenney and Bob Kirby, have been selected for inclusion in the 2014 New England Super Lawyers.  Partner Dennis Lindgren and Associate Curtis Dooling have been designated 2014 Massachusetts Rising Stars.

Bob Pierce was recognized as a Super Lawyer in the practice of Civil Litigation Defense; Bill Mandell in Health Care; and Michael Fee, Bob Kirby and Tom Kenney in Business Litigation.  Dennis Lindgren was recognized as a Rising Star in the practice of Personal Injury and Curtis Dooling in Land Use/Zoning.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations.  Rising Stars are those attorneys under the age of 40 who have been nominated by peers for excellence in their chosen practice area.  Candidates are then evaluated utilizing twelve indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.  No more than 3 percent of eligible lawyers in New England are named to the Rising Star list each year.

The Super Lawyers supplement will be published in the November, 2014 issue of New England Magazine and is widely distributed in regional publications and across the country.

Bill Mandell Teaches “Corporate Issues in Health Care” at Suffolk University Law School - Boston

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Bill Mandell is teaching a course entitled Corporate Issues in Health Care for the Fall 2014 semester at Suffolk University Law School as an adjunct faculty member of the Law School.

Bill will be a co-presenter of a policy session entitled “Managing the Paradigm Shift: The Policy Conundrum” at The 19th Annual Scientific Session of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, in Boston, on September 20, 2014.  The focus of this program is to analyze the trend of physicians partnering with hospitals and what important regulatory and compliance challenges are on the horizon as physicians and hospitals move from fee for service to quality and population health management based care and reimbursement.

In October, 2014, Bill will also be a co-presenter of a program on Preparing for Dental Practice Ownership being held at the Massachusetts Dental Society.

Curt Dooling Begins Sixth Year as Adjunct Professor at New England Law | Boston

Monday, September 15, 2014

Curt Dooling recently began his sixth year as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Research and Writing at New England Law | Boston. As an Adjunct Professor, Curt instructs second year law students on effective appellate writing and oral advocacy. Curt graduated cum laude from New England Law | Boston in 2006. When he began his tenure as an Adjunct Professor in 2009, he was the youngest ever Adjunct Professor hired by the law school.

Pierce & Mandell Recently Featured in the 2014 Worcester Business Journal

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Pierce & Mandell, P.C. is proud to announce that the firm was recently featured in the 2014 Worcester Business Journal’s Book of Lists as one of the top ten law firms providing services in Worcester County.

Massachusetts Lawyers Journal Article on Plight of Captive Elephants - Karen Rabinovici

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

An article by Pierce and Mandell associate Karen Rabinovici recently appeared in the April 2014 edition of Massachusetts Lawyers Journal, a publication of the Massachusetts Bar Association.

Karen’s piece details the plight of captive elephants used for entertainment, the abuse and terror they endure, and proposed Senate Bill 1626, which if enacted would prohibit the use of bullhooks in Massachusetts on captive elephants.

The article can be found by clicking here, and scrolling to page 16:

Karen provides the following update to the article:

Sadly, on March 13 the Senate Committee voted to send the bill to “study,” effectively killing it.  Hopefully the HBO documentary “An Apology to Elephants” will join the ranks of other renowned films such as “The Cove” and “Blackfish,” which helped change popular opinion regarding the shameful treatment of animals.  This could help pave the way for the bill in the future.

For more information, please contact Karen at karen@piercemandell.com or (617) 720-2444.

Pierce & Mandell Attorneys Recognized as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars 2013 - Boston

Friday, November 08, 2013

Pierce & Mandell, P.C. is proud to announce that partners Bob Pierce, Bill Mandell, Michael Fee, Tom Kenney and Bob Kirby, have been selected for inclusion in the 2013 Massachusetts Super Lawyers.  Partner Dennis Lindgren and Associate Curtis Dooling have been designated 2013 Massachusetts Rising Stars.

Bob Pierce was recognized as a Super Lawyer in the practice of Civil Litigation Defense; Bill Mandell in Health Care; and Michael Fee, Bob Kirby and Tom Kenney in Business Litigation.  Dennis Lindgren was recognized as a Rising Star in the practice of Personal Injury Plaintiff and Curtis Dooling in Land Use/Zoning.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations.  Rising Stars are those attorneys under the age of 40 who have been nominated by peers for excellence in their chosen practice area.  Candidates are then evaluated utilizing twelve indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.  No more than 3 percent of eligible lawyers in Massachusetts are named to the Rising Star list each year.

The Super Lawyers supplement will be published in the November, 2013 issue of Boston Magazine and is widely distributed in regional publications and across the country.

Michael Fee has been Appointed to Co-Chair the Boston Bar Association's Real Estate Section

Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Michael C. Fee has been appointed to Co-Chair the Boston Bar Association’s Real Estate Section for 2013-2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pierce & Mandell Sponsor St. Camillus Health Center Golf Tournament

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Pierce & Mandell was  a proud sponsor of the first annual St. Camillus Health Center golf tournament held at Blissful Meadows Country Club in Uxbridge on May 21.  The tournament raised thousands of dollars for St. Camillus, a non-profit facility located in Whitinsville that provides rehabilitation, skilled nursing and short and long term care to the poor, sick and elderly.  Pierce & Mandell’s team was anchored by the presence of Danny Pierce, who managed to hit the ball a very, very long way.

Pierce & Mandell Attorneys Featured in Mass. Medical Society’s “Women in Medicine Bulletin”

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Pierce & Mandell attorneys Rebecca Merrill and Kate Auerbach are proud contributors to the “Women in Medicine Bulletin” recently published by the Physician’s Insurance Agency of Massachusetts,  a subsidiary of the Massachusetts Medical Society. To read the Bulletin and article by our attorneys, click here.

Pierce & Mandell, P.C. to Sponsor the Annual Schwartz Center Health Attorneys Breakfast

Monday, April 08, 2013
By Bill Mandell

Pierce & Mandell, P.C. is proud to be a sponsor law firm for the Annual Schwartz Center Health Law Attorneys Breakfast, to be held on Thursday, April 11th.
 
The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare, named after Boston healthcare attorney and patient compassion advocate, Ken Schwartz. Ken was an excellent health lawyer and a wonderful person who left us tragically way too early. His family, friends and colleagues have established a fitting and enduring organization in his honor. The Schwartz Center is a nationwide non-profit organization with a long and respected history of providing patient-centered, compassionate care while striving to strengthen the relationships between patients and providers.  

In 1995 Ken wrote about his experience as a cancer patient in an article for the Boston Globe Magazine entitled “A Patient’s Story.”  In it, he cited how doctors and nurses can make “the unbearable bearable” for patients with “the smallest acts of kindness.” This article was a source of strength and solidarity for my late father who was undergoing cancer treatment at that time.

Please take a moment to learn about the history and remarkable work of The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Care and we encourage all of you who care about improving the training and resources available for compassionate care to support the Schwartz Center.


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