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Joseph K. Poe is Counsel to CMM. An experienced litigator, Joe represents clients in complex commercial litigation and insurance coverage litigation in state and federal courts.

Joe’s commercial litigation practice focuses on the representation of clients in lawsuits alleging breach of contract, tortious interference, and violation of intellectual property rights, as well as shareholder derivative lawsuits and dissolution disputes. His experience includes the successful defense and settlement negotiation in the Ephedra Multi-District Litigation, the defense of a school bus company against an Article 78 proceeding challenging the award of a district contract, and the representation of a technology company in a dispute regarding the creation of a website and related intellectual property issues. Joe has also prosecuted violations of the New York Civil Rights Law and the New York Public Health Law, and has argued numerous motions and appeals in state and federal court.

View More: (“Jack”) Harrington is Counsel to Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP.  He counsels multinational corporations and individuals in securities, white-collar, anti-money laundering, and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) matters.  He also represents clients in litigation and appeals before state and federal courts and in commercial arbitrations, often with an international component.  Jack’s combination of legal, policy, and international business experience enables him to advise clients on transactions and strategy.

Jack’s diverse legal career includes practicing at a large multinational firm and interning at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut.  He served as a post-graduate legal intern in the White House Counsel’s Office, where he advised White House lawyers and policy makers on a range of international, criminal, and constitutional law matters.  Jack was also a member of the Yale Supreme Court Advocacy Clinic-providing pro bono clients representation before the United States Supreme Court-and a legal fellow on the Senate Homeland Security Committee.