John A. Mangones, Associate
John A. Mangones joined Godbout Law, PLLC, in 2011 as a litigation associate.
Mr. Mangones was awarded his J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2009, where he was an editor of Review of Banking and Financial Law. Mr. Mangones completed his undergraduate studies at Connecticut College, where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology (summa cum laude).
Prior to joining Godbout Law, Mr. Mangones was an associate in the Litigation Department of Goodwin Procter LLP. Mr. Mangones has also served as a Special Assistant District Attorney at the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, Appeals Division.
Mr. Mangones is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
The following is a partial list of cases that Attorney Mangones resolved for Godbout Law clients in the year 2013:
- Obtained a judgment against a public pharmaceutical company’s former CEO and VP of Research and Development. After a five-day bench trial in the Worcester Superior Court, handled by Attorneys John Mangones and David Conti, the presiding Judge issued a finding that the defendants intentionally created a competitor company for the single purpose of taking business from our client and issued a judgment against the former officers for breach of fiduciary duty in excess of $500,000.
- Settled a wage case brought against an employer which refused to pay commissions to its former salesman. Attorney Mangones achieved a settlement within weeks of delivering a demand pursuant to G.L. c. 93A, §9, and G.L. c. 149, §148 consisting of the unpaid commissions and all of our client’s attorney’s fees.
- Settled a construction defect case against a contractor for negligent construction of her home in New Hampshire. Attorney Mangones represented the client in mediation before a former New Hampshire Superior Court Judge, where he persuasively argued that the contractor’s work on the house fell beneath the standard of care required for a member of the construction industry.
- Obtained a summary judgment against a Massachusetts landlord on behalf of a residential tenant for violations of the Security Deposit Statute (G.L. c. 186, §15B).
- Settled a personal injury action brought by a man who sustained moderate injuries when the MBTA bus that he was riding on was struck by a car.