Joseph M. Cacace’s strategic counsel for clients draws upon his extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of matters. A partner at the firm, Mr. Cacace handles complex civil disputes and appeals of all types – including business litigation, real estate litigation, class actions, civil rights cases, litigation against government agencies and employees, defamation matters raising First Amendment issues, and employment litigation and counseling.
Mr. Cacace regularly handles cases involving multiple lawsuits in different jurisdictions, and those that involve government enforcement actions, bankruptcies, and receiverships. He also maintains an active pro bono litigation practice.
A member of the Amicus Brief and Appellate-Bench Bar Committees of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Mr. Cacace also serves on the Board of Governors of the Law Clerks' Society of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. He previously served on the Large Law Firm Subcommittee of the Supreme Judicial Court's Steering Committee on Lawyer Well-Being.
He is a frequent presenter on civil litigation topics and has commented in the media on various legal issues.
Prior to joining Todd & Weld, Mr. Cacace represented clients in business litigation, intellectual property disputes, product liability actions, consumer class actions, and real estate disputes. He also represented clients in criminal and immigration matters on a pro bono basis. He served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert J. Cordy of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.