Foley Hoag Names New Partners

January 12, 2009

Pat A. Cerundolo has a diverse administrative law, regulatory and litigation practice involving the representation of both private and public sector clients in local, state and federal regulatory concerns. He has assisted business clients in a wide variety of regulatory matters, with particular emphasis on the biotechnology, telecommunications and insurance industries. He has also represented a variety of both public and private clients in land use and development matters. Pat’s work for public sector clients encompasses general municipal law, with a particular emphasis on zoning matters, eminent domain, and related litigation. Pat is a graduate of Boston College Law School and received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University.

Mark A. Haddad focuses on corporate matters, including both transactional and governance issues for a wide array of clients ranging from investment funds to start-up and portfolio companies to large public companies. He has extensive experience, representing both buyers and sellers of public and private companies in mergers, acquisitions and other strategic transactions. At Foley Hoag’s Emerging Enterprise Center in Waltham, Mark advises start-up companies – primarily those in the high tech, clean energy and life sciences sectors – on corporate formation, founder arrangements, equity incentive plans, angel and venture capital financings, strategic transactions, and other general corporate matters. Mark also represents private equity, venture capital and angel investors in portfolio investments with start-up and other companies, as well as representing public companies on general corporate and SEC matters, including public offerings and private placements. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Buffalo.

Andrew B. Loewenstein handles complex commercial litigation/arbitration and government investigations, with particular expertise in international disputes. In his domestic litigation practice, he focuses on contract disputes, fraud, trademark and trade dress infringement, trade secrets, and economic espionage. A significant part of Andrew’s practice involves representing corporations, corporate officers and directors, and other individuals in criminal, civil, and regulatory investigations. In his international practice, Andrew frequently represents clients in cases before the International Court of Justice, international arbitral tribunals, and courts in the United States, in a wide variety of matters, including those concerning cross-border investment, infrastructure projects, and commercial contracts. He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, and received a Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics. His undergraduate degree is from Brown University. Before joining Foley Hoag, he clerked for the Honorable William J. Holloway, Jr., U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.

Colin J. Zick is in the litigation and administrative law practices. He focuses on health care and compliance issues, often at the intersection of those subjects in administrative proceedings or litigation. His work has had a particular emphasis on compliance issues related to pharmaceutical and medical device companies, hospitals, practitioners, and provider organizations. Colin defends clients in disputes alleging kickbacks, overpayments, and billing and coding problems, and represents clients before various state health care licensing and regulatory entities. He frequently counsels clients on issues involving health and business information privacy and security (including HIPAA.) In addition, his practice includes work on health care transactional matters, such as the establishment of joint ventures or new entities, drafting and negotiating employment contracts, and negotiating research agreements. Colin received both his J.D. and his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.

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