Hinckley Allen represents ATW Companies in 5th generation buyout.

Executive succession can be challenging for a family business. Hinckley Allen helped ATW Companies through a successful transition. Original story.

Hinckley Allen Counsels Twin River During Purchase of Newport Gaming License

With the counsel of attorneys from Hinckley Allen in Rhode Island and Jones Day in New York, Twin River Management Group completed its purchase of the Newport Grand slot facility. Twin River hopes to move the gaming facility to a new location in Tiverton a…

Hinckley Allen helps Law Warehouses Inc. reach $2.5 million settlement

Hinckley Allen attorneys Christopher H.M. Carter and Daniel M. Deschenes represented Law Warehouses, Inc. (LWI) in a lawsuit against the New Hampshire State Liquor Commission (NHSLC), which agreed to pay a $2.5 million settlement to LWI. This settlement is…

Hinckley Allen Represents Propark America in the Formation of a $500 Million Joint Venture

Hinckley Allen represented Propark America, a national parking services provider, and its affiliates in connection with the formation of a joint venture investment (“the joint venture”) that will seek to acquire and aggregate up to approximately $50…

Joint Venture Recovers $183 million in Big Dig’s Final Lawsuit

The final contractor dispute related to Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel Project, known as the Big Dig, has resulted in a landmark settlement totaling $183 million for contractors Tutor Perini, Kiewit Corp. and Jay Cashman. Hinckely Allen represented the c…

Historic, $5.3 million arbitration award against architect

Hinckley Allen attorneys, Timothy T. Corey and Peter J. Martin, recently obtained a $5.3 million arbitration award after 12 days of hearings on behalf of Stonington Water Street Associates, the developer of a Connecticut condominium complex, against the pr…