The law firm of Pastore & Dailey LLC is pleased to welcome Matthew Bowie as Counsel. Matthew will open and manage Pastore & Dailey’s new Massachusetts office in the Cambridge Innovation Center located at 50 Milk St. in Boston’s Financial District. Pastore & Dailey also has two Connecticut offices in Glastonbury and Stamford, two Florida offices in Gainesville and Melbourne, and an office in New York City. Matthew joins a fast-growing firm of professionals, including the former Connecticut Secretary of the State, the former general counsel of a Wall Street firm, and a senior New York Stock Exchange regulatory attorney. Matthew will assist clients seeking legal representation in matters involving corporate law, securities law, finance, and intellectual property.
Prior to joining Pastore & Dailey, Matthew practiced law at Goodwin Procter LLP. At Goodwin Procter, Matthew served as counsel for various prominent companies and individuals, including the nation’s largest mortgage lender, the world’s largest third-party coin certification service company, and several directors of a significant multinational chemical company. After his time at Goodwin Procter, Matthew served as Associate Counsel for Consumers United, Inc., reporting directly to the General Counsel of the largest online, independent auto insurance agency in the United States.
Matthew earned his Bachelor of Arts from Boston College, graduating magna cum laude. He then earned his law degree from The George Washington University School of Law, graduating with honors. Before practicing law, Matthew served as an internal operations consultant for F.W. Webb. Matthew is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts. Matthew stated, “I am excited to open and manage Pastore & Dailey’s Boston office and to provide world-class legal services to clients in the thriving business community of the Greater Boston area.”
“We are extremely pleased to bring Matt to the firm and expand our practice to the Boston market,” said Pastore & Dailey’s Managing Partner, Joe Pastore. “We pride ourselves on the unique combination of big firm and sophisticated legal services coupled with a fair and reasonable approach to billing and fee structures. We are confident that with Matt’s experience and our approach, our firm will be an asset to Boston’s business community.”
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