Boston – New England Legal Foundation President Dan Winslow today announced the appointment of Robert Berluti, founding partner of Berluti McLaughlin & Kutchin, to the Foundation’s Massachusetts Advisory Council. “We are thrilled to add Bob Berluti to NELF’s Massachusetts Advisory Council who will advise our organization on aspects of civil litigation. He has extensive experience in jury and bench trials in business and employment disputes, including large and small businesses in diverse industries”.
Mr. Berluti has tried cases in state and federal courts and has appeared in state and federal trial and appellate courts in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, and New Hampshire, as well as state and federal administrative agencies. He advises clients in all aspects of business disputes, including between shareholders/partners, valuation (including in divorce actions), derivative actions, individual and class action wage and hour cases, trade secrets, intellectual property, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, employment law, contract, real estate, and construction disputes. He also represents individuals in serious personal injury cases and investor – broker disputes. He has also defended businesses in personal injury matters such as dram shop cases. He represents families and fiduciaries in probate litigation, such as will contests. Mr. Berluti has extensive experience in all forms of alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation. He is a Fellow of The Litigation Counsel of America as well as the American Bar Foundation. He has been selected to the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, selected to America’s Top 100 Bet-the Company Litigators for 2020, and Massachusetts Super Lawyers 2005, 2007-2021.
Winslow noted that the New England Legal Foundation is expanding the membership of its Advisory Councils for all six states in the region this year. In-house counsel and law firm partners interested in serving on a state Advisory Council may contact NELF at email@example.com
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