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WILLIAM J. DELANEY is a member of The Delaney Law Firm LLC. Mr. Delaney earned his undergraduate degree from the University Of Notre Dame; his M.B.A. degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; his J.D. degree from Albany Law School of Union University; and his L.L.M. degree from the Morin Center, Boston University School of Law. He is a member of the House of Delegates of the Rhode Island Bar Association and of the bar's Executive Committee. Mr. Delaney is a lifetime fellow of the Rhode Island Bar Foundation, as well as a fellow of the American Bar Association. He has previously served on the Board of Directors of Rhode Island Legal Services and is currently a member of the Rhode Island Supreme Court's MCLE Committee. Mr. Delaney also currently serves as an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University School of Law. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York State, Pennsylvania and Connecticut bar associations.
JOHN F. KELLEHER is a partner in the law firm of LaSalle & Kelleher, P.C. Since 1988 Mr. Kelleher has developed a depth of experience in a broad range of litigation. His primary areas of practice are product liability, commercial litigation, insurance coverage and general insurance defense. Mr. Kelleher has tried approximately 75 cases to conclusion in the state and federal courts and has successfully represented clients before the Rhode Island Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeal for the First and Second Circuits. He is also involved in transportation litigation involving truck and bus collisions. In conjunction with his vehicular product liability experience, he is especially well-versed in complex accident reconstruction. Moreover, he regularly defends insurers in the context of coverage disputes as well as first and third party claims involving issues related to construction, vehicular liability, professional negligence and homeownerâ€™s coverage. Mr. Kelleher is president of Defense Counsel of Rhode Island and was recently nominated by his peers to be recognized as a Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers, New England. He is a frequent lecturer on trial practice techniques and substantive law at continuing education programs for attorneys. Mr. Kelleher is the author of the Rhode Island chapter of the 2016 Uninsured Motorist Law Compendium published by Defense Research Institute. He was recently appointed to a special legislative commission which was formed to study and recommend changes to Rhode Islandâ€™s joint tortfeasor law. Mr. Kelleher earned his B.A. degree from the University of Rhode Island and his J.D. degree from Boston University School of Law.
MARK B. MORSE is the principal of The Law Office of Mark B. Morse and has more than 30 years of experience as a member of both the Rhode Island and Massachusetts bar associations. He has practiced law in virtually all forums in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, including handling cases before the Rhode Island Supreme Court, Massachusetts Appeals Court, the superior and district trial courts in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and the federal district and bankruptcy courts in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. He has been lead counsel for important cases involving the rights of an injured party in insurance subrogation and coverage issues. Additionally, Mr. Morse has written and argued appeals to the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals, and is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court. He concentrates his practice by primarily assisting individuals and small businesses. He has served on the board of governors for American Association for Justice (formerly ATLA) and is currently a State Delegate to the Association. He also serves on the board of governors for the Rhode Island Association for Justice (formerly RI Trial Lawyers Association), is its past president (2001-2002) and was the editor for its journalÂ the RI Association for Justice Newsletter (1999-2001, 2003-2013). Mr. Morse is currently on the ExecutiveÂ Committee of the Rhode Island Bar Association, and is the editor of the RI Bar Journal. He is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association Superior Court Bench Bar Committee, and served as its chairperson. He also was the chair of the subcommittee to review and revise the Rhode Island Civil Rules of Procedure enacted June 15, 2006. Mr. Morse is co-editor of the award winning MCLE's Discovery and Deposition Practice, RI Series. He is a frequent lecturer, and a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association's House of Delegates, Family Court Bench Bar Committee, and the Federal Bench Bar Committee. Mr. Morse graduated from the University of Rhode Island and the New England School of Law.
DAVID J. OLIVEIRA maintains a practice in Providence, Rhode Island, where he practices in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury, construction and surety law, and complex litigation. He has written and lectured extensively on medical, personal injury, and trial practice topics for professional and civic groups. Mr. Oliveira is an adjunct professor of law and medicine, advanced torts, trial advocacy, and advanced trial advocacy at Roger Williams University School of Law.