Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP
Size of Organization: 130
Year Established: 1906Web Site: http://www.hinckleyallen.com
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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.
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