Tom has extensive experience in real estate and conveyance law representing both lenders and borrowers, as well as corporate and business law. Additionally, he has broad experience in the hospitality industry, including in the acquisition, development, operation and sale of hotels and resorts. While he is focused on these areas, his practice is broadly defined, and he also handles certain civil litigation, family and estate planning matters.
Tom is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association (Corporate and Business Section).
Tom is a former Trustee and Vice Chairman of the Foundation for Seacoast Health and remains active in the non-profit community throughout the seacoast. Tom is a graduate of St. Michael’s College (1972) and George Mason School of Law (1977).
Doug handles a variety of legal matters, with a focus on real estate transactions, business law matters and estate planning. He regularly represents lenders, buyers and sellers in commercial and residential real estate transactions. Doug also has significant experience with counseling local and national charitable organizations, trade organizations and other non-profit entities.
Doug is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and the District of Columbia. He is active in the community and regularly serves on local boards of directors, including his service as the Chair of the Board of the Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce. Doug is also a member of the Portsmouth Rotary Club and the Rockingham County Bar Association.
Doug graduated from the University of New Hampshire (1991) and Western New England College School of Law (1997). Doug joined the firm in 2004 after relocating from Washington, D.C. where he practiced with the law firms of Mintz, Levin, and Webster, Chamberlain & Bean.
Lindsey is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts in areas of estate planning, probate, real estate, and civil litigation. SHe is active in the community and serves on the board of directors for New Heights Adventures for Teens and The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth. Additionally, Lindsey volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in abuse and neglect cases. She is also a member of the New Hampshire, Rockingham County, and Strafford County and currently serves on the board of the Rockingham County Bar Association.
Lindsey graduated magna cum laude from Quinnipiac University School of Law (2014) where she was Supervising Editor of the Health Law Journal. Attorney Donohue received her Bachelor of Science from William Smith College (2008).