Hanson & Molloy, PLLC

Hanson & Molloy, PLLC
  • Established in 1932
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About this firm

Founded in 1932, the Hanson firm has represented leading professional and trade associations, charities and foundations. From 1962-1989, the firm was led by Arthur B. "Tim" Hanson (Maj. Gen. USMCR) who acted as general counsel to numerous national non-profit organizations. Mr. Hanson also founded several insurance companies in Bermuda which continue to insure risks for members of U.S. trade associations and for U.S. corporations.

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Areas of Practice (17)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • General Counsel To Both Profit
  • Non-Profit Corporations
  • Internet Litigation
  • Governance
  • Civil Litigation With Substantive Concentration In Insurance
  • Reinsurance
  • Labor And Employment
  • Antitrust
  • Media Law
  • First Amendment Law
  • Tax Law
  • Government
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Real Estate
  • Trusts And Estates
  • Small Business Law
  • General Counseling

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