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Bar & Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
- New York University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2006)
- Bucknell University (B.A., summa cum laude, 2003) Phi Beta Kappa
Jonathan B. Rabin
Mr. Rabin is an associate in the firm's Litigation Department. He represents clients in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors' rights and business litigation. In his bankruptcy practice, Mr. Rabin represents Chapter 7 and 11 Trustees, and secured and unsecured creditors primarily in preference and fraudulent transfer matters.
Mr. Rabin also has experience representing medical device and pharmaceutical companies, builders, automobile manufacturers, electrical generators, law firms, and startup companies in other types of litigation matters including construction, insurance coverage, products liability, professional liability, environmental, and employment litigation. Mr. Rabin has advised corporate clients with respect to regulatory compliance, including environmental and motor vehicle dealership franchise regulations.
Co-Author - treatise chapter in Product Liability Litigation, Current Law, Strategies, and Best Practices, entitled "Emerging Issues in Medical Device Law."
- Represented builder at trial against municipality for non-payment of construction contract, successfully defended builder against negligence and breach of contract counterclaims. Successfully impleaded architect on professional malpractice claim.
- Represented medical device manufacturer in business tort where manufacturer acquired competitor's sole supplier of device components.
- Defended law firm and partners against allegations of malpractice arising out of litigation in which asset purchaser was held liable under de facto merger doctrine for default judgments obtained against seller, who was, for a period of time represented by the defendant law firm. Successfully opposed plaintiff's counsel's motion for admission pro hac vice. (appeal pending before SJC)
- Represented industrial valve manufacturer in M.G.L. ch. 93A, 176D and breach of contract action against insurers for breaching their duty to defend manufacturer in myriad asbestos actions. Key issues included whether insurer's duty to defend extended to similarly named holding company of the named-insured manufacturing division, as well as various other related corporate entities.
- Represented start-up insurance brokerage and nine of its employees in suit alleging breach of non-compete and non-solicit agreements.
- Represented shareholder in pursuing freeze-out claims and investigated companion derivative suit.
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Boston Bar Association