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Legal Team – EKG Lawyers

Our legal team consist of former prosecutors who know the system inside and out. We have successfully resolved cases by obtaining dismissals and negotiating plea deals with positive outcomes for our clients.  It is just as critical, however, that your attorney be equipped to fight for you at trial. Our lawyers have successfully tried cases ranging from operating under the influence (OUI) to first-degree murder.

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Edward Krippendorf

Prior to joining Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin, Attorney Krippendorf operated a solo-practice focused on criminal defense, administrative law and civil practice. As a former prosecutor with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Krippendorf has handled hundreds of criminal cases ranging from motor vehicle offenses to murder.

While at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Krippendorf worked in a variety of district and municipal courts. He then spent years prosecuting criminal cases in the superior court where he was assigned to handle complex drug cases as a member of the Narcotics Unit.

Later, as a member of the Senior Trial Team, he was responsible for handling serious crimes against the person such as, shootings, stabbings, and armed robberies. Finally, Attorney Krippendorf became a member of the Suffolk County Homicide Unit, where he investigated and went to trial on a number of serious and high profile murder cases.

During his time as a prosecutor, Attorney Krippendorf was recognized for high achievement by being awarded both the Suffolk Award and the Newman Flanagan award.

Attorney Krippendorf is an honors graduate of New England School of Law where he was a New England Scholar. His legal writing has been published in the New England Journal on Criminal and civil Confinement. He has been a guest lecturer at Boston College Law School, and Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.

William Galvin

Prior to forming Eisenstadt, Krippendorf & Galvin with his partners, Attorney Galvin operated his own law practice out of Boston. While there, he successfully defended his clients in both the district and superior courts throughout Massachusetts. The primary focus of his office was in criminal and civil litigation.

Before becoming a defense attorney, Attorney Galvin worked as an assistant district attorney in Suffolk County. As an ADA, he handled hundreds of cases involving drug offenses, assaultive crimes, OUI offenses, firearm possessions, shootings, kidnappings, home invasions, robberies, motor vehicle homicides and murders. He spent four years with the DA’s Homicide Response Team. Attorney Galvin was also member of the Gang Unit and successfully prosecuted numerous motions and trials involving gang-related violence and firearm violations. Additionally, he was also the prosecuting supervisor of both the Central and Dorchester divisions of the Boston Municipal Court. As supervisor, Attorney Galvin was responsible for the daily training of the attorneys in each of the courts.

Attorney Galvin began his thirteen-year career with the District Attorney’s Office as an investigator for the Senior Trial Unit. His work as an investigator included assisting attorneys with trial preparation; locating and interviewing witnesses; discovering and evaluating evidence; report writing; surveillance and testifying in court.

Attorney Galvin graduated cum laude from New England School of Law in 2001. He made Dean’s List each semester and was a recipient of the New England Scholar Award. He was also a staff writer and editor for the New England Journal of Criminal and Civil Confinement. Attorney Galvin graduated magna cum laude from Iona College in New York.

Joseph Eisenstadt

Prior to joining the firm of Eisenstadt, Krippendorf, and Galvin, Attorney Joseph Eisenstadt worked as an Assistant Massachusetts Attorney General and Assistant Suffolk County District Attorney.

As an Assistant Attorney General, he prosecuted white collar, environmental, narcotics, and computer crimes in district and superior courts throughout Massachusetts. Attorney Eisenstadt handled cases from the Environmental Crimes Strike Force, the Public Corruption and Fraud Unit, and the Enterprise and Major Crime Division. His cases included allegations of employee fraud, embezzlement, larceny of electronic data, witness intimidation, organized conspiracies, narcotics trafficking, and violations of the clean air, clean water, and hazardous waste statute

Prior to working as an Assistant Attorney General, Attorney Eisenstadt worked for years as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County in the Municipal and Superior Courts. As a, Assistant District Attorney in the Boston Municipal Court, he handled a caseload including hundreds of misdemeanors and felonies. Attorney Eisenstadt spent several years as a Superior Court prosecutor assigned to the Major Felony and Gang Units. He has handled cases ranging from motor vehicle offenses such as Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol (OUI) to life felonies such as Armed Robbery and Assault with Intent to Murder. Attorney Eisenstadt has years of experience handling all court proceedings including hearings, arraignments, grand jury proceedings, plea negotiations, motions, and trials

Attorney Eisenstadt received his law degree from Emory University where he graduated with high honors. While at Emory, he was awarded numerous honors including the Agnor Scholarship for Academic Merit, the West Publishing Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement, and numerous Dean’s Awards. He was elected to the Order of the Coif upon graduation.

Attorney Eisenstadt has had pieces published in the Massachusetts Law Review and the Boston Herald. He is a member of the Massachusetts State Council of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and was recently named a 2012 Super Lawyers Rising Star.