Hamel Marcin Dunn Reardon & Shea, PC

HMDR&S is a client-focused litigation firm providing the highest level personal service and representation to leading corporations, hospitals, employers, insurance companies and individuals.  Our clients consistently rely on us for expert counsel, value driven results and a sophisticated, in depth understanding of their complex tort liability, construction, healthcare, employment, real estate and licensing matters.  From pre-suit counsel through litigation, trial and appeal when necessary, and with more than 100 years of combined trial experience among the Partners, we are uniquely qualified to manage the defense of all matters from a substantive legal perspective, but also from a cost and strategy orientation as well.  We stand ready to effectively pursue and champion your critical business and litigation objectives.

Latest News

HMDR&S Attorneys named Super Lawyers

We are pleased to announce that Rick Shea, Vin Dunn and Megan Kures have each been named 2014 Massachusetts Super Lawyers and 2014 New England Super Lawyers. Recognition by Super Lawyers is limited to a select group of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.  The selection process includes independent research, peer nomination and peer review.

Women Council of REALTORS®

Jennifer Hardy recently presented at the Women Council of REALTORS®, statewide Massachusetts event entitled “Back to School with c. 93A” in Lexington, Massachusetts.  Women Council of REALTORS® is a network of successful REALTORS® empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders.  Jennifer was a panelist presenting on various potential litigation issues that arise in residential real estate transactions.

HMDR&S Successfully Defends Insurer In Case of First Impression on the Doctrine of Equitable Contribution

HMDR&S recently prevailed on a matter of first impression in the United States District Court involving the doctrine of equitable contribution between insurers.  HMDR&S argued, and the judge agreed, that in the absence of an underlying duty to its insured, an insurer cannot be compelled to indemnify another insurer who made payments on a claim to a mutual insured.  

Please read more about this case here.


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