Bruce D. Levin

Bruce Levin’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, business reorganization, securities law and white collar criminal defense. His significant trial experience includes complex multi-party and cross-border litigation. He has obtained several multi-million dollar awards for his clients and has been successful in appellate practice.

Both professionally and personally, he is experienced in the nuances of cross-border and international matters. He is one of a very few Americans to be licensed to practice in certain states as well as being licensed to practice as a Solicitor in England.


Commercial litigation

 Co-chaired four week federal court trial, successfully defending individuals against claims for piercing the corporate veil, RICO and unfair trade practices.
Co-chaired three month state court trial representing developers of co-generation facility against major utility company. Case settled after trial for in excess of $8,000,000.00.
Procured for construction industry client a multi-million dollar settlement for damages and delays relative to a power generating plant in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Co-chaired successful five week jury trial, obtaining a multi-million dollar judgment against a prominent local corporation for breach of fiduciary duty and freeze-out of minority shareholders.
Co-chaired case in Delaware Court of Chancery concerning a partnership dispute between two nationally-known real estate developers.
Successfully represented major stock brokerage firm in 6 full-length arbitration proceedings before Self-Regulatory Organizations, such as FINRA and NYSD.
Assisted clients in the recovery of multi-million dollar settlements for accounting malpractice against major and regional accounting firms.  
Criminal litigation

Co-chaired eight-week jury trial regarding 61 count federal indictment concerning complex issues of conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering.
Obtained reversal by the New Hampshire Supreme Court of a conviction for manufacture of illicit drugs.
Business Reorganization and Transactional

Represented consortium of 16 municipal power facilities in reorganizations of Public Service Co. of New Hampshire and of Eastern Maine Electrical Cooperative
Represented debtor in successful reorganization of 472-unit apartment complex in Orlando, Florida
 Represented vendors, creditors and liquidators in bankruptcy proceedings of numerous national retail chains in New York, Delaware and Massachusetts

George Hyman Construction Co. v Jackson D. Gateman, et al, 16 F.Supp.2d 129 (1988)
In re: Cole, 205 B.R. 688 (Bankr. Ma. 1997)
In Re: Barney and Carey Co., 170 B.R. 17 (Bankr. Ma 1994)
Construction Technology, Inc v Cybermation, Inc. 1993 WL 87926 (S.D.N.Y. 1993)
Foley v Comm.of Massachusetts, et al., 437 Mass. 1016 (2002)
North American Specialty Ins. Co. v. LaPalme, 258 F.3d 35 (1st Cir. 2001)
Staniunas v. Vento, 67 Mass. App. Ct. 1111 (2006)
State v. Garlington, 122 Conn. App. 345 (Conn.2010)
State of N.H. v. Orde, 161 N.H. 260 (N.H.2010)

Admitted to Massachusetts Bar, 1986
Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1989
Admitted to Roll of Solicitors for England and Wales, 1996

Repeatedly recognized in Boston Magazine as a Massachusetts and New England “Super Lawyer”
 “AV” Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating (highest score)

Reviser of Massachusetts Law, Digest of Commercial Laws of the World, Oceana Publication
Co-Author, Massachusetts Civil Procedure Practice Guide: Pretrial Practice, Lawyer’s Cooperative Publications
Moderator and Speaker, Construction Issues in Bankruptcy, at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Northeast Bankruptcy Conference
American Bankruptcy Institute’s Northeast Bankruptcy Conference
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