People: Michael E. Jusczyk, Associate

Michael E. Jusczyk

Associate

Boston
Direct: (617) 946-8343
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Michael Jusczyk is an associate in the Litigation Department of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Boston office, focusing on representing the interests of commercial lenders in foreclosure, bankruptcy, and other actions in trial and appellate courts.

Before joining Seyfarth, Mr. Jusczyk was an associate at two smaller Boston law firms, where he developed litigation experience in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. His previous practice concentrated on the defense of personal injury actions -- including motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-falls, workplace accidents, and premises liability -- along with work on insurance coverage issues and coverage litigation.  Mr. Jusczyk advanced the interests of his clients through engaging in discovery, arguing dispositive motions, and resolving matters through arbitration, mediation, or, in one instance, a successful bench trial.

Mr. Jusczyk also came to Seyfarth with significant experience clerking for trial and appellate courts.  Following his graduation from Northeastern University School of Law, Mr. Jusczyk served as a law clerk to the Justices of the Rhode Island Superior Court, a position which saw him assigned to Washington County (known to Rhode Islanders as South County).  As the sole law clerk in Washington County, he provided research and support to judges of the Superior Court, District Court, and Family Court  on a variety of civil, criminal, and domestic matters.  Then, from September 2013 through June 2016, Mr. Jusczyk took a sabbatical from private practice to clerk for Judge O. Rogeriee  Thompson on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.  In this position, Mr. Jusczyk was responsible for researching complex substantive and procedural questions arising under both state and federal civil and criminal law.

Michael Jusczyk is an associate in the Litigation Department of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Boston office, focusing on representing the interests of commercial lenders in foreclosure, bankruptcy, and other actions in trial and appellate courts.

Before joining Seyfarth, Mr. Jusczyk was an associate at two smaller Boston law firms, where he developed litigation experience in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. His previous practice concentrated on the defense of personal injury actions -- including motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-falls, workplace accidents, and premises liability -- along with work on insurance coverage issues and coverage litigation.  Mr. Jusczyk advanced the interests of his clients through engaging in discovery, arguing dispositive motions, and resolving matters through arbitration, mediation, or, in one instance, a successful bench trial.

Mr. Jusczyk also came to Seyfarth with significant experience clerking for trial and appellate courts.  Following his graduation from Northeastern University School of Law, Mr. Jusczyk served as a law clerk to the Justices of the Rhode Island Superior Court, a position which saw him assigned to Washington County (known to Rhode Islanders as South County).  As the sole law clerk in Washington County, he provided research and support to judges of the Superior Court, District Court, and Family Court  on a variety of civil, criminal, and domestic matters.  Then, from September 2013 through June 2016, Mr. Jusczyk took a sabbatical from private practice to clerk for Judge O. Rogeriee  Thompson on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.  In this position, Mr. Jusczyk was responsible for researching complex substantive and procedural questions arising under both state and federal civil and criminal law.

Education

  • J.D., Northeastern University Law School (2007)

  • B.A., University of Rhode Island, summa cum laude (2004)
    Phi Beta Kappa

Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island

Courts

  • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
  • United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island
  • United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

Publications