Firm's Partner, Christopher Sullivan, Elected Vice President of Two Bar Associations

Christopher Sullivan has been elected Vice President of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association for the First Circuit.

September 10, 2012

September 10, 2012 - Christopher Sullivan, Partner in the firm's Boston office, has been elected Vice President of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA) for its 2012-13 year. Previously, Mr. Sullivan served in the MBA's House of Delegates and as a member of its Executive Management Board, and also sat on the Civil Litigation and Business Law section councils.

Mr. Sullivan was also recently elected by the Federal Bar Association (FBA) to serve as Vice President for the First Circuit. As Vice President, Mr. Sullivan will serve as a liaison for FBA chapters in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Puerto Rico.  He served as President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the FBA from 2010-2011.

Mr. Sullivan concentrates his practice on complex business litigation matters, such as financial and securities cases and intellectual property matters.    

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