Halloran Sage Expands into Massachusetts, Welcomes Cooley Shrair
Halloran Sage is pleased to announce the expansion of the firm into Massachusetts with the addition of Cooley Shrair, a Springfield-based law firm that handles primarily transactional matters. Named Partners Peter and David Shrair and attorneys Robert Dambrov, Susan McCoy, John Davis, and Alison Shimel will join Halloran Sage.
Cooley Shrair handles a large volume of Corporate, Real Estate, and Business matters for some of the largest and most successful financial entities and companies in the area. The firm’s commitment to exceeding client expectations and providing integrated legal services is its calling card. Established in 1946, the firm has had a strong and meaningful commitment to Springfield, Western Massachusetts, and the entire State for over 70 years.
Regarding this significant addition to Halloran Sage, Managing Partner William McGrath said, “We are pleased that Cooley Shrair will be joining our team. They have an outstanding reputation across the Bay State as responsive transactional attorneys. Furthermore, adding a Springfield office will give us the resources we need to service our clients’ needs across Southern New England.”
Halloran Sage welcomes the attorneys, paralegals, and support staff of Cooley Shrair to the firm. The new team members will be based out of their Springfield office and will provide services to the combined firm’s client base, which ranges from Fortune 500 companies to financial institutions, closely held businesses, institutional and private investors, governmental units, public and private universities, and other non-profit organizations.
Founded in 1935, Halloran Sage is a full-service law firm. Attorneys have experience and knowledge in the areas of Banking; Business and Securities Law; Construction; Corporate Business and Transactions; Environmental and Land Use; Government Contracts; Healthcare; Individuals and Families; Insurance; Labor and Employment; Litigation and Dispute Resolution; Municipal and State Government; Real Estate; and Trusts and Estates. In addition to its newest Springfield location, the Firm has offices in Hartford, Danbury, Middletown, New Haven, and New London, and a branch in Washington, D.C.