Our size and client focus set us apart. With over 40 attorneys, we're large enough to handle big, complicated problems while small enough to provide responsive, senior-level attention to every matter. Clients receive sophisticated analysis and effective, efficient and focused representation. We provide this high level of service by developing an in-depth understanding of our clients' business issues, concerns and goals, as well as emerging industry trends.
By design, Sherin and Lodgen is not a general practice firm offering all things to all clients. Instead, we have chosen to focus on what we do best, attracting talented, experienced attorneys in these practice areas.
We have years of hands-on experience and one of the deepest real estate benches in New England. Our real estate attorneys understand the many subtle nuances in real estate law and development because we handle the biggest, most complex deals. We partner with our clients to complete deals effectively, efficiently and on often-demanding deadlines.
Our trial lawyers represent clients in a variety of industries and professions, including publicly traded and privately held businesses, in all types of large-scale commercial disputes throughout the country. We are experienced in efficiently and effectively organizing and managing high-stakes litigation. These matters often involve complex case management issues, including e-discovery, large-volume document review, collection and production, and multi-jurisdictional, multi-action deposition discovery.
We are committed to providing legal services of unsurpassed quality at reasonable expense and giving the highest value to our clients. The firm conservatively staffs projects to deliver timely and effective service tailored to our clients needs. Attorneys with the necessary expertise are used in conjunction with appropriate paralegals and other support staff.
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