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Murtha Cullina's James R. DeGiacomo Celebrates 50 Years

April 8, 2013

Boston, MA (April 8, 2013) – Murtha Cullina is honored and proud to congratulate James R. DeGiacomo on his 50 years of legal practice with the firm.

Mr. DeGiacomo joined the Boston firm of Roche & Leen on April 1, 1963, which was later re-named Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo when Mr. DeGiacomo became partner. In the year 2000, Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo merged with Murtha Cullina LLP.

Mr. DeGiacomo has been part of the Massachusetts legal community for over 50 years with extensive experience in the areas of civil litigation, legal malpractice defense, fiduciary litigation and family law.

To celebrate Mr. DeGiacomo’s 50 years and contributions to the law and firm, Murtha Cullina hosted a small reception on Tuesday, April 2nd at the firm’s Boston office.

“Today is a special day at the firm, as it was 50 years ago that Jim DeGiacomo first stepped in the door of the firm that later became the Boston office of Murtha Cullina,” said Robert J. Munnelly, Jr., partner in charge of Murtha Cullina’s Boston office. “We are so pleased to celebrate this golden achievement.”

During the celebration, Mark DeGiacomo, son of James DeGiacomo and partner in Murtha Cullina’s Boston office, told of his experiences working with his dad and sharing their well-known last name over the years. Others in the office, including partner John W. Gahan, III, shared a myriad of stories about their relationships with Mr. DeGiacomo.

To close the celebration, Mr. DeGiacomo graciously thanked everyone for sharing the special day with him, and then talked about his experiences through the years and the fun he has had along the way and will have in the years to come.

About Murtha Cullina LLP

With more than 115 attorneys in six offices throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts, Murtha Cullina LLP offers a full range of legal services to meet the local, regional and national needs of our clients. Our practice encompasses litigation, regulatory and transactional representation of businesses, governmental units, non-profit organizations and individuals. Core practice areas include litigation, labor and employment, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, energy, health care, trusts and estates, affordable housing, real estate, land use and retail and hospitality.


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