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Speakers, a ribbon cutting and building tours celebrate grand opening of law firm Shaheen & Gordon’s new Nashua offices

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Reporter | Nov 30, 2022

(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Shaheen & Gordon law firm partner Jared O'Connor was among the speakers at yesterday's grand opening of the firm's new Nashua offices at 191 Main St. Also taking part in the event were, from left, Mayor Jim Donchess, Shaheen & Gordon managing partner Michael Noonan, associates Brittani Schanstine and Lyndsay Robinson, and Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Wendy Hunt.

NASHUA — Shaheen & Gordon, the Manchester-based law firm that since its founding 40 years ago has grown to include a team of 40 attorneys officially opened its new downtown Nashua offices on Tuesday.

A brief speaking program held on the sidewalk in front of the newly-renovated building, the former home of TD Bank at 191 Main St., included a symbolic ribbon-cutting, with Shaheen & Gordon managing partner Michael Noonan doing the honors with a giant pair of scissors.

Joining the firm’s attorneys and managing partners were Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Wendy Hunt and

Chuck Mattia, the agency’s director of membership development, along with Mike Apfelberg, president of United Way of Greater Nashua, a frequent benefactor of the law firm’s community service initiatives.

A full story and additional photos will appear in this weekend’s edition of The Sunday Telegraph.

Dean Shalhoup may be reached at 594-1256 or dshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com.


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