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Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C. 
Providence, Rhode Island Office
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One Citizens Plaza, 8th Floor
Providence, Rhode Island  02903-1345

(Providence Co.)

Telephone: 401-274-7200
Fax: 401-751-0604; 401-351-4607
http://www.apslaw.com



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About this office:

With offices in Providence, Rhode Island, Boston, Massachusetts and Bristol, New Hampshire, Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C. is a full service law firm offering a wide variety of practice areas ready to handle all the legal needs of clients. AP&S successfully combines the depth and breadth of expertise of a large law firm with the responsive and direct personal service by partners found in smaller firms. For nearly 50 years, the firm's ability to create and execute winning strategies has earned AP&S national recognition and a growing roster of loyal clients, from publicly-held Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies to small businesses, individuals and organizations in 43 jurisdictions throughout the country. Among the largest and most experienced in New England, AP&S Litigation Department is recognized for its superb quality and cost effectiveness, as well as having handled numerous high profile cases. The firm's attorneys handle all types of sophisticated litigation ranging from complex business and commercial matters to professional negligence, products liability, toxic torts and insurance coverage and bad faith. Other areas include corporate law, commercial lending and planning, real estate, environmental law, energy and utilities law, governmental relations, labor and employment and construction.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice. Business, Corporate, Taxation, Securities, Banking, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Construction, Public Construction, Labor Relations, Employment Law, Alternate Dispute, Intellectual Property, Mergers and Acquisitions, Product Liability and Toxic Tort, Technology, Pension and Employee Benefits, Estate and Financial Planning, Government Relations, Municipal Finance. Environmental Law, Energy Law, Telecommunications Law, Health Care Law, Insurance Law, Trial and Appellate Litigation in all Courts.

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Long v. Dell and its Decoding of Rhode Island Consumer Protection Law
Kyle Zambarano, August 15, 2014
By erroneously taxing its Rhode Island customers for computer-related maintenance services, Dell, Inc. has trigerred a decade of litigation and breathed life into what otherwise has been Rhode Island's mostly underdeveloped Unfair Trade Practice and Cobsumer Protection Act (the "Act"). As...

Lawyers and Social Media: Ethical Considerations, Problems and Pitfalls
John A. Tarantino, June 11, 2014
Social media provides an extraordinary means not only to communicate and share information, but also to obtain information that they may lead to incriminating, exculpatory and impeachment evidence for use in discovery and at trial. Social media can help an attorney obtain information about...

Premises Liability Update: Rhode Island Supreme Court Holds That 17-Year-Old Trespasser Cannot Invoke The Attractive-Nuisance Doctrine
Nicole J. (Dulude) Benjamin, January 31, 2014
In Burton v. Rhode Island, No. 2012-213-Appeal; 2012-268-Appeal, the Rhode Island Supreme Court held that a 17-year-old trespasser could not invoke the attractive-nuisance doctrine because he could not establish that he did not realize the risk of coming in contact with sulfuric acid. While the...




Year Established: 1960

Law Firm Affiliations: STATE CAPITAL GLOBAL LAW FIRM GROUP


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