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McGlone Named Mass Super Lawyer for 7th Consecutive Year

David McGlone

David McGlone

Boston  – For the seventh consecutive year, David M. McGlone, a lawyer at  Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC, has been named to the 2013 edition of Massachusetts Super Lawyers. Published by Thomas Reuters, the list highlights lawyers who are selected by their peers based on their professional achievements. McGlone was recognized for his extensive work in construction litigation

McGlone’s repertoire spans a large sector of commercial litigation in which he specializes in construction law. He has over 20 years of experience in the industry and is a seasoned first chair trial litigator. His primary focus areas include acceleration and inefficiency claims; assertion and perfection of mechanic’s liens and bond claims; collection; bid protests and claim arbitration; defective plans and specifications claims; AIA drafting contracts and direct pay claims. McGlone’s construction practice complements his work in products liability defense. He develops pre-trial remedies and outcome-geared strategies to propel himself to this outstanding position within his sector.

In addition to McGlone, nine other lawyers from Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott were selected for inclusion in the 2013 edition of Massachusetts Super Lawyers.


“I am honored that my peers’ feedback has earned me a spot on this year’s list,” said McGlone. “It is a privilege to be selected alongside my colleagues at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott and I look forward to continuing to grow and develop in my career.”

Super Lawyers is a rating service that uses peer nominations, peer evaluations, and independent research to rate and categorize top lawyers in the industry. The nominees cover more than 70 practice areas and have attained high degrees of peer recognition and personal achievement. The basis for selection includes noteworthy verdicts or settlements; creativity or innovation within the legal process; the number of cases tried or transactions handled; years in practice; position within the firm; professional activities; writings and lectures; community involvement; professional degrees or training; and academic and employment background