- Corporate and business law
- Commercial real estate and land use law
- Bankruptcy, reorganization and insolvency
- Commercial litigation
- Commercial lending and borrowing
Mike Pearce opened what is now Pearce & Dow, LLC after spending many years in a larger firm. He sought to establish a small firm that concentrated on serving clients with commercial, transactional, business and/or debtor-creditor needs. These practice areas still comprise more than 90 percent of our practice. Our many years practicing in these concentrated fields enables us to provide the counsel and work product our clients have come to expect: the highest quality counsel grounded in solid legal analysis, common sense and an understanding of real-world practicalities and consequences.
We have a diverse client base, including international, national, regional and community banks; credit unions; municipalities; real estate developers; lumber companies; oil companies; construction companies; landlords; general contractors; tradesmen and various other businesses. Yet, we represent innumerable individuals and families from across the state of Maine helping them with their everyday needs.
Most of our clients reside in or do business in Maine, New Hampshire or Massachusetts. However, we have also represented clients throughout New England and the Eastern States as far south as Florida and as far west as Texas.
Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:
5.0/5.0 Review for Michael J. Pearce by a Managing Partner on 07/21/14 in Bankruptcy
One of the best practitioners
5.0/5.0 Review for Michael J. Pearce by a Managing Partner on 07/21/14 in Commercial Banking
Mike is extremely proficient and experienced in all types of commercial secured transactions, including lending, real estate and personal property, and, also, commercial bankruptcy.
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