I represent clients in all aspects of litigation, including contract disputes, low-income housing tax credits, real estate and construction, software and employee staffing, numismatics, probate, and manufacturing and sales representation.
I’m a competitor—that’s the mindset I bring to litigation. I join the team of each client and work with them to identify and clarify the problem, determine their goals, and then prepare, strategize, and build the case.
While my career at Winthrop has allowed me to participate in a wide range of industries, my primary focus is on contract disputes, low-income housing tax credits, real estate and construction, and working with financial institutions and other commercial enterprises related to business disputes. However, regardless of the playing field and the legal issues, the rules are always the same—you can’t cut corners on preparation and you attack the issue from all angles. Being a litigator means creating such a strong argument you can win at trial—but because of the strength of the case that was built—you may never need to enter the courtroom.
Special skills I bring to the team include research, interviewing, depositions, and client communication. When you choose to work with me, you will always know where you stand.
My competitive nature also defines me outside of work as well. I was a Division 1 All-American soccer player while completing my bachelor’s degrees. And, during law school, I became a triathlete and have qualified for and competed at the USA Triathlon National Championships.