Zachary J. Gregoricus
Mr. Gregoricus is an associate with the firm’s Complex Business Litigation practice group. His practice focuses on complex civil litigation, with a concentration on developing and litigating healthcare fraud recovery actions under the federal False Claims Act and RICO Act on behalf of the firm’s clients.
Mr. Gregoricus also has experience in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, representing secured and unsecured creditors and trustees in a variety of adversary proceedings and contested matters, including fraudulent transfer, turnover, and discharge and non-dischargeability litigation. Mr. Gregoricus also has experience counseling clients in real estate and landlord-tenant matters, including commercial and residential foreclosures and summary process proceedings.
New England Law | Boston (J.D., Cum Laude, 2017)
Symposium Editor, New England Law Review
Bentley University (B.S., Cum Laude, 2014)
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts
United States District Court, District of Connecticut
Professional and Civic Involvement
American Bankruptcy Institute
Massachusetts Bar Association
Articles and Presentations
Back, Back, Way Back…: Extending § 727(a)(2)(A)’s One-Year Look-Back Period, XXXVIII ABI J. 4, 24–25, 86 (Apr. 2019)
Reconciling the Conflicting Fiduciary Duties of a Nonprofit Corporation in Chapter 11, Am. Bankr. Inst. (June 20, 2018).
Whistleblowing from the Bench, 51 New Eng. L. Rev. 155 (2017).