In our continuing quest to serve you better, we are excited to announce that we have a new Manchester location at 180 Bridge Street.
Our new office is open as of March 30, but attorneys and staff are currently working remotely, so we’ll keep you posted on the grand opening. In the interim, we are providing virtual meetings/consultations.
“We have been looking for a space that not only allows us to grow but better reflects who we are,” says Shaheen & Gordon Managing Partner Mike Noonan. “This is a wonderfully historic building that is also very welcoming. Our reputation has been built on almost 40 years of putting our clients above all, and we’re happy to give them a space where they will feel most comfortable and supported.”
The move corresponds with the firm’s recent addition of immigration law practice headed by Ron Abramson and Emily Assunta White. Both will work out of the new location.
“Immigration issues have become more prevalent and complex in the past few years,” says Abramson, one of the leading immigration attorneys in the state. “Manchester and Hillsborough County have large concentrations of foreign-born people that we can better serve.”
Our offices are in Concord, Dover, Manchester, Nashua, and Portland, Maine. The firm won a record $275 million lawsuit for three Manchester-area businesspeople in 2018.