|Law Offices of Sherwood Guernsey Adds Litigator|
|04:19PM / Monday, January 28, 2013|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dalton native and experienced litigation attorney Thomas Pagliarulo has joined the Law Offices of Sherwood Guernsey PC.
Admitted to the bar in both Massachusetts and New York, Pagliarulo will focus on criminal and civil litigation cases and join Ethan Klepetar to broaden client representation in the curent litigation work being done in the office. Pagliarulo will also represent clients with probate and other civil casework.
"Tom is especially skilled in all aspects of litigation work whether conducting jury trials or resolving cases on behalf of our clients before trial," said Sherwood Guernsey. "We are proud to offer our clients criminal litigation services in addition to our already extensive civil litigation, real estate, and business transaction capabilities."
"The personal attention people associate with a local firm combined with the range, support and dynamics of a big city law firm makes this is the perfect fit for my clients and for my legal career," Pagliarulo said. "The Law Offices of Sherwood Guernsey have established a solid tradition locally and as well as a strong practice in New York City. Founded over 30 years ago, they are trusted by three generations of clients in the Berkshires and New York City but continue to expand services to meet current client needs as well as emerging legal issues. At Guernsey Law I can focus on my clients and resolving their legal concerns."
Pagliarulo earned his bachelor's degree at McGill University in Montreal and juris doctor from Indiana University Law School in Bloomington.
The Law Offices of Sherwood Guernsey is a full-service law firm, serving clients from three locations: two in the heart of the Berkshires — in Pittsfield and Williamstown — and one in New York City. Among its current portfolio of clients is NBT Bank. On behalf of its client in a recent private property issue, the firm won a case against the city of Pittsfield for its illegal demolition of their client's building, establishing that the city must adhere to strict due process rights before taking someone's private property.