Prince Lobel has expanded its Litigation Practice Group with the addition of Joseph P. Curtin. Joe’s practice includes civil and criminal litigation, including general business, insurance, contract, civil rights, unfair trade practices, environmental, and employment matters.
His litigation practice includes jury trials in both state and federal courts. Joe provides regular counseling to employers regarding all aspects of employment law specifically in advising and drafting employment contracts, termination and separation agreements for senior level executives, and conducting seminars for both practicing attorneys and business personnel on employment issues.
Joe has served as a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs and emerging businesses over the past 26 years, many of which have been acquired by Fortune 500 companies or gone public. He regularly counsels these businesses regarding employment law, including initial start-up issues, equity structuring and equity compensation, executive compensation, post-employment restrictive covenants, intellectual property agreements, and various angel and venture capital financing issues.
Joe’s extensive legal background includes 19 years as a partner at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. He served for 6 years as a member of the firm’s Executive and Compensation Committees and over two years as one of the firm’s Managing Directors. Additionally, he was most recently Chair of the Boston Hiring Committee.
Prince Lobel Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis stated that the firm welcomes Joe as an addition to their Litigation Team. “I’ve known Joe since our time together at Mintz Levin. We’re excited to add such a quality lawyer, leader and individual to our team. Joe’s always had success in attracting quality clients, and I expect that Prince Lobel’s client-friendly platform will contribute to an even greater level of success in this next chapter of his practice.”
Prince Lobel’s Litigation Practice Group includes lawyers with various backgrounds, skill sets, and expertise. Working collaboratively with other practice groups, the Litigation Team provides guidance and advice at each stage combining innovation and diversity to guide their clients through the challenges of litigation and dispute resolution.