Gerald S. Garnick is of counsel with the firm. He is an experienced trial attorney who ran and operated his own law firm on Cape Cod from 1973 until 2014. Mr. Garnick has represented clients in both state and federal courts in Massachusetts. His practice includes substantial trial work in civil litigation, estate disputes, domestic relations, and business litigation. He is also experienced in real estate and business transactions.
During his practice, Mr. Garnick established new case law in Massachusetts whereby at a foreclosure sale, under proper circumstances, the second highest bidder could be the successful bidder at the sale. Mr. Garnick has served as a member of the board of trustees of the Cape Cod Symphony since 1975 as well as being president of the Symphony in 2007 to 2009. In addition, he has served on the board of trustees with Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater and with the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Mr. Garnick also served on the SJC panel of Racial and Ethnic Bias in Massachusetts Courts. He has volunteered his time, efforts and expertise to other charities on Cape Cod.
Mr. Garnick is a graduate of American International College and Suffolk University Law School. He was admitted to the state bar in 1969 and he also admitted to the bar of the United States Federal Court.