DRUMMOND WOODSUM EXPANDS IN MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
August 8, 2014
Manchester, NH (August 18, 2014) – In order to better serve its growing clientele, Drummond Woodsum has relocated and expanded its Manchester, New Hampshire office. The additional space and the new location reflect the firm's plan for continued growth in the New Hampshire legal services market. Located in The Atrium Building, 1001 Elm Street, in the heart of Manchester's business district, the firm's new office is the home base for six attorneys and three staff. The new office also will accommodate other Drummond Woodsum attorneys and professionals who practice in New Hampshire as well as in the firm's Portland, Maine home office.
Benjamin E. Marcus, the firm's Managing Director, summed up the basis for the firm's continued growth in Northern New England: "Despite the recent economic downturn and slow recovery, Drummond Woodsum continues to grow steadily in New Hampshire and in Maine. Clients turn to us because we can handle the most sophisticated and challenging legal matters more efficiently than other large and mid-size law firms. Especially in these economic times, our skilled lawyers, with a reputation for delivering value are in demand."
Founded in 1965, Drummond Woodsum is a full service law firm with offices in Portland, Maine and Portsmouth and Manchester, New Hampshire. The firm has more than 60 attorneys and represents public school districts, private and public universities, established and start-up business entities, municipalities, Native American tribes and their business entities and individuals. The firm has several non-lawyer specialists who assist clients in the areas of labor relations, collective bargaining, employment policies, investigations and educational policy including special education. The firm is highly rated by both A.M Best and Chambers.
Media Coverage The New Hampshire Union Leader covered the office expansion in the August 23, 2014 article: "Law Firms Throughout NH Feeling The Economic Pinch." To read the article in it's entirety please click here.