BOSTON, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Manion Gaynor & Manning LLP (MG+M) announced today the appointment of Amaryah K. Bocchino as the firm's new Managing Partner. In this role, Amaryah will provide key leadership and coordination to ensure that the firm's national and local clients receive optimal, efficient, and coordinated legal services. Amaryah previously served as Managing Partner of the firm's Complex Litigation practice group, and she continues to serve as chair of the MG+M Women's Forum, co-chair of the MG+M Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and co-editor of the Defense Litigation Insider blog. She does all of this while also representing corporate clients in products liability, tort, and corporate litigation in her home state of Delaware and while managing litigation across the country as a member of several of the firm's national coordinating counsel teams.
"Amaryah perfectly reflects MG+M's culture, values, and spirit. She is a truly exceptional attorney, who possesses an indefatigable work ethic, hyper-focus, and a unique ability to manage a broad range of complex responsibilities. In addition to earning the reputation nationally as a brilliant litigator in high-risk matters, she is the consummate leader, mentor, friend, and partner," said senior partner John B. Manning. "MG+M is very grateful for Amaryah's willingness to assume such a critical role and apply her diverse talents in shaping the firm's evolution and future."
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