born Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 12, 1953;
admitted to bar, 1979, Massachusetts and U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts.
Education: Northeastern University (BA, Magna Cum Laude; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha,
Department Honors, 1976); Temple University (JD, 1979), Executive Editor of The Jurist, 1978-
1979, Author: “Prosecuting the System: An Interview with F. Lee Bailey,” 16 Criminal Law
Bulletin 1, 1980.
Professional Memberships: Massachusetts Bar Association; Massachusetts Bar Association
Workers’ Compensation Committee; MBA WC Subcommittee re Treatment of Chronic Pain;
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys; Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association;
Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health; Defense Research Institute;
American Bar Association; Council on Litigation Management; CLM Workers’ Compensation
Committee and Subcommittee co-chair of Continuing Professional Education.
Work Highlights: Frequent lecturer at legal education and workers’ compensation insurance
seminars, including: “Effective Cross-Examination of an Employee at a Workers’ Compensation
Hearing; Mass Continuing Legal Education, February, 2010; “Massachusetts Workers’
Compensation Practice and Procedure,” One Beacon Insurance Co. June, 2010; “Massachusetts
Workers’ Compensation Practice and Procedure,” Sterling Education Services, October, 2010;
“Massachusetts Workers Compensation Underwriting Opportunities,” Crum & Forster, October,
2010; Insurer Defense Notes on Chronic Pain Treatment Guidelines, 13th Annual Workers’
Compensation Law Conference 2012, MCLE, November, 2012; Massachusetts Workers’
Compensation Practice: The Basics and Advanced Adjusting Strategy and Practices, Chubb
Group of Insurance Companies, March, 2013; “Developments in Mass Workers’ Compensation
Law,” Crum & Forster, May 2013; Defending Chronic Pain Claims, per Mass Treatment
Guideline 27” June 2013, Acadia Insurance Co.; Insurer Perspective on DIA Ligation re Medical
Opinions under Daubert-Lanigan Canavan Patterson, 14th Annual Workers’ Compensation Law
Conference 2013, MCLE, November 2013; and Faculty member and panel participant re upper
and lower extremity medico-legal issues for Work Related Injuries Workshop, March 2014.
Salem Opioid Prevention Coalition; Learn to Cope, Salem, MA
Publications: Workers’ Compensation and Circumstance Seminar 10-2015; Medical Marijuana
and Workers’ Compensation 2-2016
Ratings: A/V Martindale Hubbell 2014 and Martindale Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent
Lawyers 2014. Boston’s Top Rated Lawyers, 2013.
Public and Bar Service: Attorney Moriarty is a lifetime member of the Massachusetts Bar
Foundation and regularly sits on its Annual Northeast Region Committee for distribution of
MBF funds to Massachusetts non-profit legal organizations. Attorney Moriarty is a former
member of the Salem, Massachusetts Zoning Board of Appeals, 2003-2006, where he authored
decisions granting and denying special permit and variance requests and adjudicating appeals of
Building Commissioner rulings. Attorney Moriarty is a volunteer at and major charitable donor
to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salem, Salem, MA, and was a National Boys and Girls
Club Jeremiah Milbank Society Distinguished Donor 2009 and 2013. Attorney Moriarty is a
member of the new Salem Community Preservation Committee, July 2013 to date, assisting
Salem in identifying, qualifying and funding community projects promoting open space, public
housing, historic preservation and recreation. Attorney Moriarty is also an active member of the
Salem Opioid Prevention Coalition.