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Ronald A. Dardeno

Ronald A. Dardeno



(617) 666-2600



424 Broadway

Somerville, Massachusetts 02145

Areas of Practice

  • Business Litigation

  • Appellate Tax Board Litigation

  • Real Estate Litigation

  • Personal Injury Prosecution

  • Banking Defense and Prosecution


Ronald A. Dardeno is a distinguished legal professional and senior partner at Dardeno, LLP.  Mr. Dardeno leads the firm’s litigation department, concentrating in complex civil litigation, business litigation, appellate tax board litigation, and personal injury and worker’s compensation prosecution. Mr. Dardeno has litigated numerous high-profile cases, including:

  • Appointed to the steering committee in the TelexFree Litigation, a billion-dollar Ponzi Scheme Class Action, resulting in a multi-million-dollar settlement (to date);

  • Served as lead Counsel in Cotank, et al v. Commissioner of Revenue where he secured the complete abatement of taxes in a sales suppression and civil fraud case after 13 days of hearing.

Mr. Dardeno is named a 2022 "Top Lawyer" by Boston Magazine.  He is celebrated for his unwavering commitment to client advocacy, providing comprehensive advice and demonstrating a deep understanding of legal intricacies. With a career marked by success and a reputation for excellence, Mr. Dardeno is a leader in the industry, embodying integrity and client-centered advocacy, setting the standard for legal excellence in Boston and beyond.

Education and Bar Admissions

  • Babson College-Olen School of ManagementWellesley, Massachusetts

    • Masters of Business Administration, magna cum laude 2008  

  • Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts

    • Juris Doctorate, 1986 

    • Recipient of American Jurisprudence Award for Excellent achievement in the study of Banking Law

    • 1985-1986 Dean’s List

  • Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts 

    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1983

    • Concentration in Accounting

  • Licensed in:

    • Massachusetts, 1986

    • U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1987

    • U.S. Court of Appeals 1st Circuit, 1987

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