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Aug 14 2017

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With over 30 years of experience litigating, trying, and winning multi-million dollar cases across the country, Shapiro Haber Urmy LLP has long been a national leader in the field of complex, high-stakes litigation. Each of our attorneys has the educational background, expertise, and creativity to litigate against the largest, most prominent law firms in the country – and win. As a result, we have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for individuals and businesses across the United States.

Partners Thomas G. Shapiro, Edward F. Haber and Thomas V. Urmy, Jr. are named 2016 Top Rated Litigators by The American Lawyer

Partner Ian J. McLoughlin’s article “Motions to Unseal in Class Actions: Balancing the Public Interest in Access to Judicial Records Against a Party’s Interest in Secrecy” is published in the Fall 2016 edition of The Boston Bar Journal

All Shapiro Haber Urmy Partners and Associates named Massachusetts Super Lawyers or Super Lawyer Rising Stars in 2016

After a five week trial, Suffolk Superior Court awards $4.9 million to plaintiffs represented by Shapiro Haber Urmy LLP in class action suit against Philip Morris under the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Statute

Partners Thomas Shapiro and Edward Haber named to the National 2015 Super Lawyers Business Edition for Securities Litigation

Federal court gives preliminary approval to $1.25 million class action settlement in Accentia/Biovest security litigation

All Shapiro Haber Urmy Partners and Associates Named New England Super Lawyers or Super Lawyer Rising Stars in 2014 and 2013

Partner Thomas Shapiro Named a Top 100 New England Super Lawyer for 2015, 2014 and 2013

Partner Thomas Urmy Named a Top 100 Super Lawyer in Massachusetts for 2013

Partner Thomas Shapiro was quoted in the Fall 2014 issue of the Harvard Law School Bulletin in an article entitled Do Recent Supreme Court Decisions on Class Actions Mean Less Security in Numbers?


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