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JOHN A. Boyle is a partner at Marino, Tortorella & Boyle, P.C., a preeminent boutique litigation firm with offices in Manhattan and Chatham, New Jersey. He joined the firm in 2004 and became a name partner in 2009. Upon graduation from law school, Boyle was an associate at the New York law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy both before and after serving as law clerk to the Honorable Alfred J. Lechner, U.S. district judge for the District of New Jersey. Boyle is recognized annually by Best Lawyers and Best Lawyers—New York Area for bet-thecompany litigation, appellate practice, commercial litigation and criminal defense (white collar). Boyle earned a BA in English literature from Fairfield University and a JD, magna cum laude, from Seton Hall Law School, where he finished seventh in his class and was articles editor of the Law Review. While in law school, Boyle published the article, “Returning to Its Roots: An Examination of the 1998 Amendments to the Entire Controversy Doctrine,” 30 Seton Hall L. Rev. 310 (1999), for which he received the Law Review’s Outstanding Member Scholarship Award. Boyle and his wife Sarajane have four children: Mollyjane, Marjorie, Colin and Jack. Boyle’s paternal grandparents, Grace and Anthony, were from Co. Donegal and immigrated to the U.S. in 1926. His maternal grandmother Bridget Sullivan was from Coolboy, Co. Cork, and his grandfather Luke Wade was from Skerries, Co. Dublin. Boyle’s brother Peter is a fellow member of the Irish Legal 100.