SIMON B. MANN, ESQ.
Attorney Simon B. Mann is the managing partner at Mann Law Firm, P.C. He is a 2000 graduate of Skidmore College with a B.A. in Business, and is a 2005 graduate of Suffolk University Law School. Simon is licensed to practice before the Massachusetts District and Superior Courts, and the U.S. District Court. Attorney Mann is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association.
Attorney Mann specializes in Civil Rights Law, Personal Injury, Employment Law, Business Litigation, Civil and Commerical Litigation, Family Law, Criminal Defense, Discrimination, Trusts & Estates, Bankruptcy, and Real Estate.
Timothy D. Rodden, Jr.
Timothy D. Rodden, Jr. is an Associate at Mann Law Firm, P.C. Tim specializes in Business Litigation, Construction Litigation, Personal Injury, Police Misconduct, Divorce, Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation, Discrimination, Employment Law and Bankruptcy.
Tim graduated Magna Cum Laude from Suffolk University Law School where he was in the top 11% of his class, a Note Editor on the Suffolk University Law Review, a student public defender with the Suffolk Defenders program, and Magister (President) of Suffolk Law’s Rehnquist Inn Chapter of Phi Delta Phi, the Legal Honor Fraternity. Mr. Rodden made Dean’s List each year he attended Suffolk University Law School and won an award for Best Brief for the best legal memorandum in his Legal Writing class.
As a member of the Suffolk University Law Review, Mr. Rodden has been published twice. His first publication was a Case Note he wrote on a recent Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision dealing with the admissibility of opinion testimony by police officers in OUI trials (http://suffolklawreview.org/rodden-canty/), which is featured in the Suffolk University Law Review Online Edition. Mr. Rodden also wrote a Note on the First Amendment right of citizens to record police officers in public, which is featured in the 47th volume of the Suffolk University Law Review (47 Suffolk L. Rev. 905).
As a member of the Suffolk Defenders program, Mr. Rodden successfully represented indigent criminal defendants, facilitating the release from custody of all of his incarcerated clients and achieving the desired results in all of his cases. He also participated in a team tasked with reviewing cases implicated in the infamous Hinton Drug Lab Scandal, where Massachusetts Drug Analyst/Chemist Annie Dookhan fabricated test results, leading to thousands of wrongful convictions and guilty pleas. As part of this team, Mr. Rodden, along with his colleagues, helped develop a protocol for reviewing and challenging wrongful convictions and guilty pleas that resulted from the Hinton Drug Lab Scandal.
Tim graduated Magna Cum Laude from Salem State University with a B.S. in Business Management, where he was a member of Delta Mu Delta, the Business Honor Society.