Coffey Modica LLP, a defense litigation firm representing prominent business and insurance companies in liability claims, excess property/casualty, medical malpractice, nursing and other professional industries, has announced that two of the firm’s associates have been promoted to the role of counsel.
Maxwell Bottini practices out of the firm’s New York and Connecticut offices, handling matters involving construction litigation and defects, product liability litigation, transportation, premises liability, domestic and international reinsurance transactions including captive matters, and excess liability and casualty.
A graduate of Brooklyn Law School, Bottini began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office and has been with Coffey Modica since the firm’s founding two years ago. Bottini was recently named one of Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars for 2023. He currently lives in Fairfield with his wife and two children.
Joseph Hopkins has handled New York Labor Law, construction defects, professional liability and casualty over the course of his career, which began as the judicial law clerk for Judge John I. Gizzo.
Practicing out of the firm’s New York City office, Hopkins handles all facets of litigation from inception to resolution, achieving favorable results at various stages of litigation and mediation. He is a graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law, and currently lives in Hoboken, NJ.
Coffey Modica LLP is a New York-based defense litigation firm with eight offices in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Philadelphia and is among the fastest-growing firms in the nation. The firm represents defendants in high-profile, high exposure matters across many disciplines and industries around the country. Known for being aggressive trial attorneys and litigators.
Read the full announcement in the Stamford Advocate.