Michael O’Neil is a litigator with a broad and varied practice that includes all aspects of commercial, business, administrative, and appellate litigation in state and federal courts. His most recent matters include counseling clients through disputes involving bankruptcy and other insolvency-related issues, employment issues including wage and hour claims and restrictive covenant enforcement, contractual disputes, tax litigation, disputes related to fiduciary duties, and disputes related to insurance coverage concerning, among other things, COVID-19 business interruption and workers’ compensation claims. Michael has argued cases before the state and federal trial courts and the New Hampshire Supreme Court and has extensive experience representing all interest-holders in bankruptcy courts, including debtors, creditors, trustees, and committees.
Michael received his J.D., cum laude, from Boston College Law School in 2012 where he was Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Social Justice, a research assistant to Professor Ingrid Hillinger, and a member of the National Transactional Law Meet team. Michael served as an intern for the United States Attorney’s Office in Concord, NH during law school. Michael received a B.A. from Tufts University in Economics in 2008, where he captained the golf team.
Michael is admitted to practice before state, federal, and bankruptcy courts in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts and in the First Circuit Court of Appeals.