Wiggin and Dana Announces New Counsel Promotions
Wiggin and Dana is pleased to announce the promotions of three new Counsel effective January 1, 2019. We are proud to congratulate the following attorneys who will be promoted to Counsel:
- Robyn E. Gallagher
- Michael T. Hubbard
- Caroline B. Park
"Robyn, Mike and Caroline are examples of what makes Wiggin and Dana a great firm. They are excellent lawyers dedicated to providing superior service to clients," said Paul Hughes, Wiggin and Dana's Managing Partner. "I am pleased for each of them to receive this well-deserved recognition of their hard work and excellence."
Robyn Gallagher is Counsel in Wiggin and Dana's Litigation Department. Her litigation experience has involved a wide range of practice areas and clients, including, insurance, franchise, aviation, product liability, and education. She has experience litigating in state and federal courts and before various government agencies and arbitral bodies as well. Robyn’s background in accounting makes her ideally equipped to address complex damages issues. Robyn has particular expertise representing insurance companies in connection with complex insurance and reinsurance matters and has been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in the area of Insurance Coverage. Robyn’s recent cases have included: defending a multi-million dollar wrongful death action arising from an aviation accident and several cases enforcing franchisor arbitration rights.
Michael Hubbard is Counsel in Wiggin and Dana’s Corporate Department and a member of the Outsourcing and Technology Practice Group. Michael has significant experience representing global suppliers in complex outsourcing agreements, including business process outsourcing, information technology outsourcing and systems integration transactions. His practice also focuses on technology transactions, particularly those related to software and cloud offerings.
Caroline is Counsel in Wiggin and Dana's Labor, Employment and Benefits Department and is a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee. Caroline’s practice encompasses federal and state court litigation and the arbitration and mediation of employment discrimination claims, wrongful discharge claims, wage and hour claims, disputes over the enforcement of covenants not to compete, and other employment-related disagreements. Caroline also represents employers in cases involving claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. A significant portion of her work focuses on traditional labor relations, which includes union organizing drives, proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, grievance and arbitration proceedings, and labor contract negotiations. In addition, Caroline advises employers on a broad range of personnel-related matters, such as disciplinary issues, termination and separation issues, reasonable accommodations, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and personnel policies and practices.