Mike focuses his practice on representing clients involved in commercial, insurance and maritime disputes. He approaches all matters with a sense of practicality and an appreciation that economic, business and other factors frequently dictate the best course of action for his clients. Mike has tried, arbitrated, and otherwise litigated cases involving business contracts, claims for life, health and disability insurance benefits, maritime towage agreements, construction defects and accidental death, among other issues.
In addition to being an assistant instructor of Federal Practice/Commercial Litigation at the Roger Williams University School of Law, Mike is a frequent author and speaker on topics including federal court practice and procedure, admiralty law, and insurance coverage. He is an author and co-editor of a case book, Marine and Coastal Law.