Hinckley Allen expands Manchester office

CLRM co-founder among three attorneys joining Boston-based firm
Arnie Rosenblatt

Arnie Rosenblatt

Three more attorneys have joined Hinckley Allen’s Manchester, furthering the Boston-based firm’s expansion into southern New Hampshire.

Hinckley Allen announced this week that Arnie Rosenblatt – a founding member of the Manchester-based Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson – along with Kathleen M. Mahan, and Chris Kelly have joined the firm.

At CLRM, Rosenblatt – who has 40 years of experience as a trial lawyer – headed the firm’s business litigation practice. He specializes in business disputes in state and federal courts, in regulatory settings, and in arbitration.  His notable cases include successfully trying two of New Hampshire’s landmark trade secret cases, one on behalf of the prevailing plaintiff and one on behalf of the defendants, ultimately obtaining a defendant’s verdict. Rosenblatt will also continue his active practice as a mediator and arbitrator. He joins Hinckley Allen as a partner in its complex business litigation practice.

Mahan, who worked at CLRM for some 13 years, is a business litigator practicing before the New Hampshire and Massachusetts state and federal courts and in arbitration proceedings. She also has joined the firm as a partner in its complex business litigation practice.

Kelly has been practicing law for nearly 15 years, specializing in commercial real estate and was with the Union Pacific Railroad Company in Omaha, Neb., since 2014 as in-house real estate counsel for the Fortune 200 company. He joins Hinckley Allen as counsel.

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