Frank McGinn’s practice focuses on resolution of commercial disputes in and out of court.
Frank represents corporate and individual clients from a diverse range of industries including banking, construction, data management, finance, music, outdoor advertising, real estate, and warehousing. He has particular litigation experience in Massachusetts contract disputes and commercial law issues relating to real estate, fraudulent transfers, deceptive trade practices, third party subpoenas often involving HIPAA and other privacy and records retention laws and regulations, and governmental investigations.
Frank also represents creditors’ interests in bankruptcy courts throughout the United States. These bankruptcy representations often include defense of preference and fraudulent transfer actions, and resolution of complex administrative claims involving privacy issues and warehouse liens under Article 7 of the Uniform Commercial Code. He has also been appointed as a Special Assistant Attorney General to represent the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development in bankruptcy court.
- J.D., cum laude, Boston College Law School, 1993
- B.B.A., (Finance), Georgia State University, 1984
- Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
- Martindale-Hubbell AV (“Preeminent”) judicial and peer review rating
- Lexology/ILO Client Choice Award as the outstanding litigation lawyer in Massachusetts 2013