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February 1, 2018

Michelle Peirce and Bruce Singal awarded Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s Lawyer of the Year award.

Michelle Peirce and Bruce Singal awarded Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s  Lawyer of the Year award.

Partners Michelle Peirce and Bruce Singal, co-Chairs of the Litigation Department at Barrett & Singal in Boston, were honored as 2017 Lawyers of the Year for their representation of Barry Cadden in the nationally-covered New England Compounding Center criminal case arising out of the 2012 meningitis outbreak. After a ten-week trial in federal court in Boston, Bruce and Michelle – along with litigation partner Cal Stein – secured a verdict of not guilty on all twenty-five charges of second-degree murder against Mr. Cadden. The honor was bestowed by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on several Massachusetts lawyers for their achievements during the previous year.

Michelle Peirce is a resident of Charlestown, MA and is co-Chair of Barrett & Singal's Litigation practice. Her work includes white-collar criminal defense, business litigation, and licensing matters. You can find her on LinkedIn.

Bruce Singal is a resident of Newton, MA and is co-Chair of Barrett & Singal's Litigation practice. His work includes white collar criminal defense, business litigation, and professional and disciplinary cases against doctors, lawyers, and scientists. You can find him on LinkedIn.

Callan Stein is a resident of Brookline, MA and is a partner in Barrett & Singal's Litigation practice. He focuses on white-collar criminal defense, healthcare litigation, civil and whistleblower litigation, and research misconduct cases. You can find him on LinkedIn.


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