The closing months of 2018 and the early months of 2019 have been busy for Partridge Snow & Hahn (PS&H). Since October, the firm has welcomed six new attorneys -- one Partner, three Counsel and two Associates. The new attorneys add depth to the firm’s existing practices and expand our offerings in areas including Employment; Commercial Restructuring & Asset Recovery; Banking & Financial Institutions Regulatory Compliance; Trusts & Estates; and Charitable & Non-Profit Organizations.
“We are proud and excited to welcome our new colleagues, who bring experience and depth in areas of practice that will help us better serve our clients,” said PS&H Managing Partner Howard Merten. “Our goal is to grow in ways that enable us to deliver sophisticated, efficient legal representation to our clients. The addition of intelligent and dedicated attorneys is the foundation of that growth and, our continued success.”
PS&H recently launched a new website at psh.com, that helps to profile the firm’s new lawyers as well as the firm’s clients and our services. “Most law firm websites look alike and sound alike,” explained Howard . “We believe that our firm isn’t like other firms, and we wanted our website to reflect this. “Our law firm is built around relationships, and we do our best to partner with clients to see that their business goals are met. We put relationships first, and wanted a website that gave us the ability to put clients front and center there as well. And so we built a site that showcases our services, helps tell our clients’ success stories, and gives us the ability to promote our clients’ services and products,” continued Howard. Today, nine clients are displayed on the firm’s homepage, but the firm will continue to expand on those stories and encourages clients to contact their relationship manager if they are interested in participating.
Meet our new attorneys:
Amy T. M. Oakley joined as Partner. She focuses her practice on tax credit finance, commercial finance, commercial real estate, and general corporate matters, representing financial institutions, investors, developers, and lenders;
Christian R. Jenner rejoined the firm as Counsel. He has a multifaceted dispute resolution practice with an emphasis on complex business litigation, representing clients in state and federal courts, before the American Arbitration Association, and in both private and court-appointed mediations;
Elizabeth O. Manchester joined as Counsel. She counsels individuals and families on all aspects of estate planning, estate settlement and trust administration in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Elizabeth also represents nonprofit organizations and tax-exempt entities on issues including fundraising, taxation and planned giving;
Alex F. Mattera joined as Counsel. He focuses his practice on business litigation and bankruptcy issues including commercial bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, insolvency, business reorganization, creditor and debtor rights, and consumer bankruptcy, representing secured creditors, creditors’ committees, trustees, debtors, and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy and related proceedings;
Sheridan King joined as Associate. She is building her practice as a member of the firm’s Litigation Group. Prior to joining the firm, she was a student attorney at the Tulane Domestic Violence Clinic and summer counsel at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau;
Joshua D. Xavier joined as Associate. Joshua focuses his practice on representing employers in matters involving discrimination, retaliation, harassment, unemployment benefits, overtime, misclassification claims, malicious prosecution, and equal protection.
PS&H looks forward to another successful year in 2019, deepening our relationships with our clients and welcoming the best legal talent in the region.