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Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP 
Providence, Rhode Island Office
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50 Kennedy Plaza, Suite 1500
Providence, Rhode Island  02903-2319

(Providence Co.)

Telephone: 401-274-2000
Fax: 401-277-9600
http://www.hinckleyallen.com



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About this office:

High quality, timely and responsive legal service with an ongoing dedication to close, personal client attention has defined Hinckley, Allen & Snyder's practice for over a century.

We are a regional law firm with over 100 lawyers based in five full-service offices in Boston, Providence, and Concord, NH and Hartford, CT. Our experience and resources offer clients throughout New England, as well as nationally and internationally, a full range of legal services.

Clients include several of the region's most progressive financial service institutions; publicly held corporations and emerging businesses, both domestic and foreign; privately owned businesses and partnerships; a number of the nation's largest real estate developers and construction companies; major hospitals and health care providers; non-profit organizations; colleges; state and local governments and agencies; public utilities; and individuals.

Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP today results from the combination of two well-known Providence based firms, Hinckley & Allen (founded in 1906) and Tobin & Silverstein (founded in 1917), the highly successful Boston firm of Snyder, Tepper & Comen (founded in 1947), and a significant group of lawyers from the respected Boston firm of Fine & Ambrogne.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Antitrust & Trade RegulationBanking & Financial Institutions
Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights & WorkoutBusiness Aviation
Commercial & Real Estate FinanceConstruction & Public Contracts
Corporate & BusinessCorporate Trust
Employee Benefits & Executive CompensationEnvironmental
FranchiseGaming
Green LawHealthcare
Insurance CoverageIntellectual Property
Labor & EmploymentLitigation
Mergers & AcquisitionsMunicipal Restructuring / Chapter 9 Bankruptcy
Non-ProfitProduct Liability & Toxic Tort
Public FinanceReal Estate
SecuritiesTax
Trusts & EstatesVenture Capital & Private Equity
White Collar Defense & Government Investigations


Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Antitrust; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Business Law; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Employee Benefits; Executive Compensation; Energy; Environmental Law; Financial Services Law; Government Relations; Health Care; Immigration Law; Intellectual Property; International Law; Non-Profit; Labor And Employment; Litigation; Municipal Financing; Bonds; Patents; Personal Financial Planning; Real Estate; Securities; Tax Law; Technology Law; White-Collar Crime.

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Franchisor Issues in a Lease to a Franchisee: How to Avoid Allowing the Franchisor to Crash the Party
David J. Tracy, March 10, 2014
This article will address issues which arise in the context of a lease by a landlord to a franchisee and the issues raised by a franchisor in a proposed addendum to the lease. The franchisor has legitimate interests it desires to protect. A well-structured document will allow those interests to be...

SEC Approves Permanent Registration Rules for Municipal Advisors
Sarah A. Collins,Ashley M. Taylor, November 5, 2013
On September 18, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) voted unanimously to adopt rules under Section 975 of the Dodd-Frank Act (“Dodd-Frank Act”) that require the permanent registration of municipal advisors. The rules clarify the meaning of terms such as...

Section 1202: Opportunity for Tax Savings upon the Sale of Small Business Stock
Katherine N. Fishfy,Avi M. Lev, November 5, 2013
Small business owners often shun C Corporation status because of its various tax drawbacks, perhaps most significantly, the dreaded double tax. However, in recent years, Congress has enacted tax provisions designed to incentivize new investment in small C Corporations. Specifically, Congress has...



Year Established: 1906

Law Firm Affiliations: WORLD SERVICES GROUP (WSG)


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