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Atwood LLP is a highly-regarded full-service
law firm with 150 attorneys providing legal and business counsel and advocacy
services to its clients, which range from regional and local enterprises, utilities,
financiers, middle-market companies, entrepreneurs, and individuals, to Fortune
500 companies, multinational corporations, and state and foreign
With six East Coast offices in
Portland and Augusta, Maine; Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Boston, Massachusetts;
Providence, Rhode Island, and Washington, DC., Pierce Atwood is
dedicated to providing efficient, top-quality service to meet its clients'
legal and business needs in practices including Antitrust; Artificial
Intelligence & Machine Learning; Banking & Financial Services;
Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights; Business; Commercial Real Estate, Cannabis;
Class Action Defense; Construction; Education, Employment; Energy;
Environmental; Immigration; Intellectual Property; Land Use; Litigation & Appellate;
Maritime; Mergers & Acquisition; Renewable Energy; Patent; Privacy; Tax;
Technology Transactions; Trademark; Trusts & Estates.
Pierce Atwood’s success is built on three core strengths:
attracting and retaining superb legal talent, achieving superior client
satisfaction, and delivering exceptional value. We understand that clients want
creative and timely legal solutions from attorneys who understand their
businesses, and we understand that clients want responsiveness and efficiency
in the delivery of legal services. Our goal is to deliver all of these.
From discussing an initial scope of work to developing a mutually
beneficial fee arrangement, Pierce Atwood prides itself on tailoring solutions
to the particular needs of a client. There is no “one-size-fits-all” approach
to innovative pricing, and the best ideas are
the result of a candid dialogue between Pierce Atwood and its clients.
Pierce Atwood is also committed to reaching out to the underserved
members of the many communities in which we live and practice. That is why the
firm expects each of its attorneys to provide 50 hours of pro bono service
every year, and why so many of them continually meet and exceed that