Michael is a founding partner of Torres, Scammon, Hincks & Day, LLP. With more than 15 years of experience as a litigator in federal and state trial and appellate courts, in addition to representing clients in arbitrations and mediations across the country, Michael brings a high level of tenacity and skill to each case he handles. Michael recognizes that every client and each new matter demands individualized attention and care and his dedication to the specific needs of his clients has led to his recognition as a “Massachusetts Super Lawyer” in the field of business litigation every year since 2014.
Michael has represented the residents of Stoneham and Winchester in the Massachusetts Legislature as their State Representative since 2015. He was named as Vice-Chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary in 2019 and hears bills on a wide range of issues including civil rights and civil liberties, housing rights, court administration, criminal justice, and the recall and salaries of judges, among other matters. In his second term, Michael was elevated to the position of Vice-Chair of the House Committee on Personnel and Administration where he helped redraft the House’s internal policies on sexual and workplace harassment.
Michael’s fierce loyalty to his clients and his ability to harness his experience in both the courtroom and the court of public opinion allows him to work closely with his clients throughout their cases to realize strategic goals at every stage of representation.