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Krattenmaker O'Connor & Ingber P.C.
One McKinley Square, Fifth Floor
Boston, MA  02109
Telephone 617.523.1010 Ext. 229
Fax 617.523.1009
Email: mgaffin@koilaw.com

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Michael A. Gaffin was born in Worcester, Massachusetts. After receiving his B.A., cum laude, from Harvard University, he attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School from which he received his J.D., also cum laude. Mr. Gaffin is a member of the Massachusetts and Florida bars.

Mr. Gaffin was a founder and managing partner with the firm Gaffin Krattenmaker & O'Connor, P.C. for over 30 years. In his current practice, Mr. Gaffin primarily represents business clients, including a number of international clients. He is called upon regularly to consult with clients on business strategies and to provide general business and legal advice and planning. In that role, Mr. Gaffin addresses a wide range of issues, including contract matters, real estate transactions, environmental problems and litigation strategy decisions. Mr. Gaffin also has an extensive practice in mergers and acquisitions and other transactional matters.

Mr. Gaffin serves and has served as a director of several charitable and business organizations. He is currently a Board member of the UMass Memorial Foundation which is associated with the U Mass Medical School in Worcester, MA and a Member of the Board of Directors of The May Institute. Mr. Gaffin is also a Member of the Board of Directors of the Home for Little Wanderers in Boston. Previously, he was involved with the Center for Adoption Research at the University of Massachusetts and, as a result of his work with the Center, was a recipient in 2004 of the Angels in Adoption Award from the U.S. Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute in Washington.

For more than 17 years, Mr. Gaffin was the Chairman of the Board of The PresMet Corporation, a Worcester, MA manufacturer of powder metal parts primarily for the automotive industry.

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