US: Berger Montague elects new member of Firm’s Executive Committee

Commercial litigation firm Berger Montague announced this week that the firm has elected Michael Dell’Angelo as the newest member of its Executive Committee.

Mr. Dell’Angelo has been with the firm for over 18 years. During that time, he has distinguished himself as a leader in multiple areas, including business development.

“In addition to being a smart, aggressive litigator across a wide array of substantive fields, Michael is creative, entrepreneurial, and business-minded,” said new firm Chairman Eric L. Cramer. “With Michael in place as an integral part of our leadership team, we anticipate expanded business opportunities and growth for the firm in the years to come.”

Mr. Dell’Angelo serves as co-chair of the firm’s Commodities & Financial Instruments and Securities & Investor Protection practice groups and is active in numerous practice groups throughout the firm. He has a diverse portfolio, prosecuting antitrust, commodities, securities, qui tam, consumer, and complex commercial cases. His practice also includes the successful defense of commercial, securities, and antitrust cases in state and federal courts.

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