Michael W. Whitcher, Esq.

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Shareholder
350 Granite Street, Suite 2303, Braintree, MA 02184
(617) 770-2214
Fax: (617) 774-1714
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Michael Whitcher
Shareholder
Massachusetts and New York Offices

Mr. Whitcher is a Shareholder of the firm who represents and advises clients in a diverse range of complex matters. As a member of the firm’s Complex Business Litigation Group, Mr. Whitcher investigates and litigates RICO, fraud, healthcare, and other commercial matters. Since joining the firm in 2006, Mr. Whitcher has successfully litigated fraud and abuse cases throughout the country, including New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Connecticut, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, and Arizona. Mr. Whitcher also counsels clients on investigatory, claims handling, strategy, risk management, and coverage matters.

Practice Areas
Appellate Practice
Civil RICO
False Claims Act/Whistleblower
Healthcare Transaction and Litigation Practice
Healthcare/Insurance Fraud and Abuse
Insurance Coverage Disputes and Bad Faith Claims
Insurance Defense
No-Fault/Personal Injury Protection

Education
New England Law, (J.D., Cum Laude, 2005),
Managing Editor, New England Law Review; New England Law Merit Scholar
The George Washington University (B.A., 2002)

Bar/Court Admissions
Massachusetts
Michigan
New York
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts
United States District Court, District of Connecticut
United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan

Professional and Civic Involvement
New York State Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
Norfolk County Bar Association
American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law: Business Torts and Civil RICO

Articles and Presentations
Durand v. IDC Bellingham, LLC: Towns for Sale?,
39 New Eng. L. Rev. 871 (2005)

Mr. Whitcher provides training and presentations on RICO litigation, healthcare fraud, claims handling, and investigations. Mr. Whitcher has also authored articles concerning electronic discovery and spoliation of evidence.

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