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Verrill Welcomes Trial Attorney Daniel Dwyer

February 27, 2020 Press Releases

(February 27, 2020) – Verrill is pleased to welcome trial attorney Daniel Dwyer to the firm’s Boston office. Dwyer has 25 years of litigation experience and concentrates his practice in business disputes.

Dwyer successfully represented former Lehman Brothers managing directors in arbitrations arising out of the company’s failure, and has obtained verdicts in cases involving commercial leases, theft of trade secrets, corporate freeze-outs, and allegations of director and officer misconduct. Currently, he is defense counsel for Boston’s largest minority-owned construction firm in an OSHA-retaliation suit by the U.S. Secretary of Labor.

Prior to law school, Dwyer served for four years as a DEA agent in New York City, and he was later an assistant district attorney in Plymouth County. He is a former member of the Town of Hingham Advisory Committee and is currently the chairman of its Whistleblower Committee. He graduated cum laude from both Stonehill College and Suffolk University Law School, where he was a member of the Suffolk University Law Review.

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