Top East Providence Constitutional Lawyers - Rhode Island

OUR MISSION Formisano & Company provides client-focused counsel fully dedicated to achieving favorable results and sensible resolutions that benefit the best interest of our clients. Our firm's strong reputation is based upon the strength of its results as well as the professional integrity of our staff. Each attorney is well known and highly respected throughout Rhode Island's communities....

  • Fitch Law Partners LLP is a litigation law firm distinguished by its stellar clients and the results it achieves for them in diverse and complex cases. We represent leading regional, national and international corporations, utilities, insurers, financial institutions, government agencies and non-profit organizations. We also represent entrepreneurs, general and limited partnerships,...

  • Offering a range of commercial and business law services, Adler Pollock & Sheehan in Providence, Rhode Island, advocates for companies in employment law defense, mergers, finance and litigation. We have four law offices from which we represent clients throughout New England. Our clients come from a range of industries, including the following: Government Environment Health care Hospitality...

  • The Newport County, Rhode Island law firm Moore, Virgadamo & Lynch, Ltd., provides experienced legal assistance to Rhode Island residents who are facing an issue with real estate law, estate planning and probate administration, business law or family law. Founded in 1919, our firm has established a reputation for effective representation, personal service and outstanding client satisfaction....

  • At Adler Pollock & Sheehan in Newport, Rhode Island, we believe in supporting our clients in the long haul. A single employment law defense case or other business matter may seem to be resolved relatively quickly. However, at our law office, we recognize the value in being strategic and forward-thinking. Our goal is to form relationships with our clients so they can count on us for any legal...

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