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Columbia University School of Law, J.D., Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2004, Articles Editor, Columbia Business Law Review
Providence College, B.A. Political Science and Economics, summa cum laude, 2001
Paul concentrates his practice in representing clients in complex civil litigation and serves as Chair of the Firm's Litigation Practice Group. His cases include breach of contract, commercial, insurance, intellectual property, environmental, and real estate disputes at the trial and appellate levels.
Prior to joining Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP, Paul was a litigator at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Selected as a “Rising Star” in business litigation by Rhode Island Super Lawyers
Selected as a “Future Star” by Benchmark: Litigation
Recognized by Providence Business News as a 2012 40 Under Forty Honoree
Recognized by the New England Business Bulletin as a 2011 Top Young Professional Under Forty
Advise client with regard to scope and applicability of insurance regulation in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Represent one of the nation's largest insurance companies in litigation involving life insurance sales practices.
Successfully briefed and argued before the Massachusetts Appeals Court on behalf of a municipality concerning the scope of that municipality's power to revoke building permits, issue cease and desist orders, and control the application of its bylaws.
Successfully defended a publicly traded chemical manufacturing and biotechnology firm against a multi-million dollar suit brought by a former landlord.
Obtained a judgment, on behalf of mechanics' lienholders, subordinating over $20 million in mortgages held by an international bank to the clients' liens.
Successfully represented financial institution on reopened Chapter 11 bankruptcy adversary proceedings.
Law.com, Sept. 2014
For the Defense, June 2013
ABA Committee on Commercial and Business Litigation, April 2013
The Anchor, First Quarter 2013
ABA Committee on Commercial and Business Litigation, January 2013
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, November 25, 2012
Chapter in A Practical Guide to Discovery & Depositions in Rhode Island, (MCLE 2010)
FDCC Quarterly, Summer 2010
District Court Annual Conference for the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island (2006)
Columbia Business Law Review (2004)
“Unmasking the Anonymous Hacker”
Rhode Island Bar Association CLE, October 2014
“Difficult Privilege Issues in Civil Discovery”
Rhode Island Bar Association Annual Meeting, June 2013
“Staying out of Trouble in a Contentious and Digital World”
Rhode Island Bar Association Annual Meeting, June 2012
“Rule 30(b)(6) – Surviving and Utilizing Rule 30(b)(6) Depositions to Your Best Advantage”
Defense Counsel of Rhode Island, November 2011
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