Gino Spinelli joined the firm in 2013. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and his practice with the firm is focused primarily in the areas of contract and tort litigation, premises liability, insurance claims, employment disputes, construction litigation and commercial disputes. Prior to joining Davids & Cohen, Mr. Spinelli practiced at the firm of Domestico, Lane & McNamara, LLP in Framingham, Massachusetts where he focused his practice in the areas of construction law and other business/commercial litigation. He is admitted to practice in the state courts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and the United States District Court for the Districts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Mr. Spinelli received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College (B.A., 2000) and his law degree from Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 2006), where he was the Lead Articles Editor for the Journal of High Technology Law.
Mr. Spinelli has twice lectured at a seminar entitled “The Fundamentals of Construction Contracts in Massachusetts” for Lorman Educational Services. He co-authored articles entitled Risks and Rewards for Contractors Who Build Green in Massachusetts and Prequalification: An Inside Look at Critical Issues for Massachusetts Public Construction Projects, both which were published in Building Massachusetts, a publication of Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc. He also co-authored two chapters pertaining to construction contracts for a Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education book entitled Standard Form Construction Contract Documents. Mr. Spinelli is a member of the Massachusetts Chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors and is a former Chairman of its Future Leaders Committee. He is also a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association. Mr. Spinelli is a former Committee Member of the Town of Hopkinton Sustainable Green Committee. He also volunteers as an alumni interviewer for Dartmouth College.
From 2015 through 2018, Mr. Spinelli was recognized as a Rising Star in the Super Lawyers edition of Boston Magazine, a distinction awarded to the top 2.5% of lawyers in Massachusetts with similar experience.