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Richard J. Medalie Esquire

is a Lawyer in Hull, MA

Hull, MA

Peer Rating  5/5.0 AV®Preeminent

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Areas of Law

  • Corporate
  • Commercial
  • Complex Litigation
  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Charitable Trusts and Foundations
  • Family Wealth Transfer

Contact Information

Currently Employed At Richard J. Medalie
46 P. St.
Hull, MA 02045-1626

Overall Peer Rating

5 out of 5

  • Meets Very High Criteria of General Ethical Standards
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Experience & Credentials

Admission Details1958, District of Columbia; 1962, New York
EducationUniversity of Minnesota, B.A.; Harvard University, J.D.
Additional Bio DetailsPhi Beta Kappa; Phi Alpha Theta. Member, 1956-1958, Case Editor, 1957-1958, Harvard Law Review. Law Clerk to Honorable G.T. Washington, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1958-1959. Editor and Co-author, "Commercial Arbitration for the 1990's," ABA Press 1991. Author: "Preparing For a Non-administered Arbitration," ABA Section of Litigation, Critical Issues In Arbitration, Tab 5, 1993; "The Libyan Producers' Agreement Arbitration: Developing Innovative Procedures in a Complex Multiparty Arbitration," Journal of International Arbitration, June, 1990, at 7; "The New Appeals Amendment: A Step Forward for Arbitration," AAA Arbitration Journal, June, 1989, at 22. Co-author: "Suits Against State Insurance Commissioners for Misconduct in the Regulation and Liquidation of Insurance Companies," in ABA Nat'l Inst. on Insurer Insolvency, Law and Practice of Insurance Company Insolvency 295, 1986. Principal, Law Offices of Richard J. Medalie, 1998-. Member, Friedman and Medalie (and predecessors), 1968-1998. President, Pegasus International, Inc., 1970-. Deputy Director, Institute of Criminal Law and Procedure, 1965-1968. Chair, 1993-2002, and Chair Emeritus, 2002-, The Appleseed Foundation. Adjunct Professor of Administrative and Criminal Law, 1966-1969, Georgetown University Law Center. Assistant to the Solicitor General of the United States, 1960-1962. Commissioner, 1975-1987, Member, Executive Committee, 1977-1982 and Chairman, Criminal Law Task Force, 1978-1981, District of Columbia Law Revision Commission. Vice Chairman, 1981-1984, Major Gifts Chairman, 1984-1986, Deputy Chairman, 1986-1987, and Chairman, 1987-1989, Harvard Law School Fund. Member, National Panel of Commercial Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association.