McGovern & Ganem, P.C.
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Nicholas J. Pompeo
Mr. Pompeo joined McGovern, Houston & Ganem, P.C. in December 2016. Since joining MHG, Mr. Pompeo has won victories for MHG’s clients in both the state and federal courts in Massachusetts, including on appeal in the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Mr. Pompeo’s practice includes the representation of insureds in personal injury litigation and insurance carriers in complex civil litigation, federal civil RICO actions and multiparty coverage disputes. He is barred in Massachusetts, New York, US District Court for District of Massachusetts and US Virgin Islands.
Mr. Pompeo attended law school at Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, OH where he graduated cum laude. While in law school, Mr. Pompeo was a legal intern in the Community Development Clinic at the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center where he assisted nonprofit organizations in incorporating and gaining tax exempt status. He also worked as a summer associate at a Plaintiff’s side civil litigation law firm, where he performed research and drafted pleadings.
After law school, Mr. Pompeo worked as a post-graduate fellow at Lawyers Clearinghouse on Affordable Housing and Homelessness in Boston, Massachusetts, where he worked to aid in the organization’s efforts to strengthen the nonprofit community in Massachusetts by assisting at nonprofit legal workshops conducted by Lawyers Clearinghouse. In 2012, he moved to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. As a Virgin Islands attorney, Mr. Pompeo represented clients before both the territorial and federal courts of the U.S. Virgin Islands. He had a diverse practice in St. Thomas, which included insurance law, insurance defense, commercial, business, landlord-tenant, and real property litigation. He also represented indigent criminal defendants by appointment of the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands. Mr. Pompeo also represented clients on appeal before both the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.