Our Litigation attorneys are some of the most effective and successful in the Northeast—proven across industries and disciplines. We listen carefully and work closely with you to understand your business and the details of your dispute. We establish optimal strategies for accomplishing your goals in a way that aligns with your business interests. We regularly appear in courts across the country on behalf of corporations, individuals, insurers, nonprofits, and government entities.
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Hinckley Allen represented Dynamic Tire Corporation, a distributor of various types of tires in North America, in a lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California where the plaintiffs alleged that certain special t…
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…
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Hinckley Allen today announced that Matthew M. Garrett will join the Firm as a Partner in the Litigation group. Garrett, along with Counsel Christopher M. Dely and paralegal Megan A. Oakley, will continue to practice in Chicago, where Hinckley Allen will e…
Hinckley Allen today announced that Ryan M. Gainor has been elevated to Partner. Ryan assumed his new position effective January 1, 2020.“Ryan has all the qualities that we value in our lawyers at Hinckley Allen,” said David J. Rubin, Managing Partner …
Among the small cadre of intellectual property attorneys in Rhode Island, Christine K. Bush and Craig M. Scott have notched many successes during their two decades of practicing law together, and 2019 was no exception.The duo secured notable wins across th…
On December 18, 2019, the Connecticut General Assembly convened for a one-day special session, during which it passed a new bipartisan wage bill for tipped employees.As is common practice in many states, Connecticut permits employers of tipped employees to…