Our Attorneys

Focused on helping businesses, municipalities, and not-for-profit organizations navigate labor and employment law and business litigation issues.

David V. Abbott

David V. Abbot

Partner 

David’s practice is focused on education and labor law.

Timothy K. Baldwin

Timothy K Baldwin

Partner 

Tim’s practice includes appellate litigation, labor and employment, business litigation, and education law.

Timothy C. Cavazza

Timothy C Cavazza

Partner 

Tim’s practice is concentrated on management-side labor and employment law, and related litigation.

Robert Clark Corrente

Robert Clark Corrente Partner

Partner 

Bob has over 30 years of trial experience in business litigation in both federal and state courts.

Christopher N. Dawson

Christopher N. Dawson Partner

Partner 

Chris has extensive experience representing clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as in agency proceedings and appeals.

Robert G. Flanders, Jr.

Robert G. Flanders Jr.

Partner 

Bob is a former Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court, where he served for eight years and authored over 400 opinions before returning to private law practice.

Daniel K. Kinder

Daniel K Kinder

Partner 

Dan has served as lead counsel for management in some of the most well-known labor and employment matters throughout the New England Region.

Matthew H. Parker

Matthew H Parker Partner

Partner 

Matt represents employers and individuals in federal and state courts. He is experienced practicing before administrative agencies.

Sara A. Rapport

Sara A. Rapport

Partner 

Sara represents school committees in education matters and other municipal employers and businesses.

Caroline R. Thibeault

Caroline R Thibeault

Associate

Caroline’s practice is focused in the areas of employment law, labor law and higher education law.

Joseph D. Whelan

Joseph D Whelan

Partner 

Joe’s practice is focused primarily in the areas of employment litigation, labor law, commercial litigation and higher education law.

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