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Shipman & Goodwin Commits to Mansfield Rule 3.0 to Support Diversity and Inclusion

The firm is participating in Mansfield Rule 3.0, a year-long certification process requiring law firms to affirmatively consider at least 30 percent women, minority, LGBTQ+ and disabled attorneys (“historically underrepresented lawyers”) for significant governance roles, senior lateral openings, equity partner promotions, and formal client pitches and RFP responses.

Firm Represents Major Developer in Key New York City Real Estate Deal

Shipman & Goodwin represented Ceruzzi Properties in the second largest New York City real estate transaction recorded for the second week of July 2019, valued at $205 million.

We Are Pleased To Announce The Opening Of Our New Old Lyme Office

Our Trusts & Estates practice has grown with the addition of Suzanne D. Kitchings and Edward (Ted) B. Potter, founders of the Old Lyme Connecticut firm of Kitchings & Potter LLC.  Now with a new Old Lyme location, Shipman & Goodwin trusts and estates attorneys will be able to work with clients on the shoreline and in surrounding counties.

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