Solutions That Fit Better Than A Lawsuit.

I spent two decades representing Fortune 500 companies.
Now it’s time to put my experience to work for your growing business.

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Susan L. Moran

(508) 540-9911
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Your In-House Counsel, Outsourced.

Throughout my extensive career in business law and commercial litigation, I have represented companies nationally and across New England, boasting a high success rate in hundreds of cases for firms including Textron Financial, Fleet Bank, General Electric Capital Corporation, John Deere and more. I have advised principals in the Real Estate, Solar Energy Development, Indian Casino, Entertainment and Construction industries. Let my experience guide you in developing your policies and procedures so you can focus on running and growing your business.

“I employ the same skills I used with Fortune 500 companies in my representation of small businesses. This allows my clients to resolve disputes less expensively than through litigation.”

Business owners should get advice (whether it is for business law, employment law or labor law) before the unexpected occurs. Operate proactively and avoid the unnecessary and untamed costs associated with being caught unprepared. Contact me personally for a free initial consultation. We will determine the best options for you and your business goals.

Attorney Susan L. Moran, P.C.

Latest Developments

SANCTUARY CITIES: Legal “Borders” that are in flux

Posted on May 5, 2017

On April 25, 2017 Federal District Court Judge enjoined the Trump administration from withholding funding from “sanctuary cities” during the pendency of a lawsuit in California.  This action by the Ninth Circuit prevents federal “coercion” through withholding funding to the sanctuary cities such as Amherst, Cambridge and Somerville in Massachusetts.  The judge stated, “Federal funding that bears no meaningful relationship to immigration enforcement cannot be threatened merely because a jurisdiction chooses an immigration enforcement strategy of which the president disapproves.”

Susan L. Moran Attorney at Law