New York, NY. International law firm Nixon Peabody LLP today named Timothy W. Mungovan as leader of the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice, which includes more than 100 attorneys firmwide. These litigators and trial attorneys focus their practices on resolving business disputes for a wide array of clients in various industries. The practice group is organized in teams to meet client needs and solve disputes in a variety of specialty areas, including alternative investments, antitrust, banking and financial services, beverage alcohol, health care, international arbitration, real estate and construction, and tax credit syndication.
Mr. Mungovan assumes this new role in addition to continuing to co-lead Nixon Peabody’s Alternative Investments Litigation team. He focuses his practice on high-stakes business litigation matters with a special emphasis on disputes involving alternative investments, securities, and corporate governance. Mr. Mungovan regularly serves as litigation counsel to a diverse client base and has successfully litigated and tried a number of cases in both state and federal court.
“We are committed to giving our clients what they need and what they expect from their attorneys regardless of the nature and complexity of the dispute,” said Mr. Frank Ryan, chair of Nixon Peabody’s Litigation department. “Under Tim’s leadership, we will continue to find the most efficient means possible to reach a positive outcome, regardless of industry or geography, and help our clients get back to business.”
Mr. Mungovan is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the U.S. courts of appeals for the First, Fourth, and Fifth circuits, and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. He is a member of the Massachusetts, Boston, Federal, and American bar associations. He is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude, and the College of the Holy Cross.