OUR LEGAL TEAM
James J. Barry
James J. Barry is a shareholder at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C., specializing in medical malpractice and product liability defense, general health and hospital law, and general civil litigation. He frequently presents on risk avoidance to risk and quality assurance managers, in addition to nursing, medical, and dental groups.
Douglas A. Morgan
Doug Morgan is a shareholder at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C. and concentrates in medical malpractice defense, general liability and other health law litigation in Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island. He has been trying cases for over 30 years and tries multiple cases on behalf of individual health care providers, group practices and hospitals annually. Beginning his career in New York City, Mr. Morgan initially represented providers at the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation as part of the Special Litigation team at the New York City Law Department. Since moving to New England in 1991, he has focused exclusively on representing healthcare providers and handling medical malpractice cases and other health law-related matters. In addition to his courtroom work, Mr. Morgan also practices before the various Boards of Registration regarding licensure and patient complaint issues. He is AV-rated through Martindale-Hubbell and is also on the panel of Super Lawyers practicing in Massachusetts and New England. He is also called upon from time to time to speak at Grand Rounds, legal and medical symposia as well as other forums.
Rebecca G. Capozzi
Rebecca is a Shareholder at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C., where she specializes in medical malpractice defense and the representation of healthcare providers before various state licensing boards. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Maine, as well as the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
Rebecca started her career as judicial law clerk with the Superior Court of Massachusetts, where she assisted the judges in legal research and the drafting of opinions. After completion of her clerkship, Rebecca joined the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office in Boston, where she spent several years as an Assistant District Attorney. As an ADA, Rebecca tried over 30 cases in both District and Superior Court, and ultimately focused on the prosecution of juvenile offenders and crimes against children. Prior to starting at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C., Rebecca was an associate at a healthcare law firm in Boston.
Rebecca is a proud graduate of Bowdoin College and Northeastern University School of Law.
Amy J. Galatis
Amy is a Senior Associate at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C. and an experienced trial attorney who specializes in complex litigation. Amy spent sixteen years in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, with the last seven assigned to the Homicide Unit where she handled dozens of high profile murder cases that required sharp legal skills, excellent courtroom advocacy, sensitivity, and top-shelf organization skills. Over the course of her time as a public servant, she tried over 80 cases to verdict.
Since 2017, Amy has specialized in the representation of medical providers, corporations, and large hospitals/medical centers. She has handled a broad range of medical malpractice defense claims including failure/delay to diagnose, wrongful death, and incorrect site/side. She also represents clients in premises liability matters, automobile accidents, general liability claims, and criminal defense matters.
Jeanine E. Goodwin
Jeanine is a Senior Associate at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan who counsels and defends individuals and corporations in the health care industry. She has extensive courtroom experience in state and federal courts in Massachusetts, and represents clients before professional licensing boards.
Ms. Goodwin began her legal career in 1997 as a criminal prosecutor for the State Attorney of Palm Beach County, Florida. She prosecuted a high volume of criminal actions in the appellate and trial divisions and became Chief of her trial court division. A native to New England, Ms. Goodwin returned to Boston in 2000 and became an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County. She tried more than forty jury trials over the course of her career as a prosecutor.
After leaving the public sector in 2003, Ms. Goodwin focused her legal career on representing physicians, hospitals, nurses, dentists and other medical professionals. She has litigated complex claims involving allegations of wrongful death, failure to diagnose, product liability, premises liability, and unfair claim handling. She has successfully resolved cases through pre-trial dismissal, mediation, settlement, trial and the appeal process.
Edward D. McCarthy
Edward D. McCarthy (retired) is Of Counsel at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C., specializing in medical malpractice defense, product liability, and general health and hospital law. The former City Solicitor of Cambridge, Massachusetts and General Counsel to the Cambridge Public Health Commission, and author of The Malpractice Cure: How to Avoid the Legal Mistakes that Doctors Make, he is widely sought as a lecturer and panelist in areas of health law.
Robert L. Bouley
Robert L. Bouley was a shareholder at McCarthy Bouley Barry + Morgan, P.C. and devoted his career to the representation of health professionals for over 40 years. During this time, he tried hundreds of jury trials and was a sought-after lecturer in the field of medical malpractice defense. A member of the Boston College Football Hall of Fame, he retired in the Fall of 2019 and is enjoying life with his wife Candace in Charleston, South Carolina.