Mclane Legal Group

Theodore F. McLane (Ted) – Founding Partner (1927 – 2016) Ted was born in Florida. He graduated from the University of Florida, where he received his BS in Business Administration and his Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law in 1958. He served as a first lieutenant in the United States Air Force before beginning his legal career. He spent the first part of his career as a Trust Officer and founded his own firm in 1969. He was recently honored by the Florida Bar Association for being a member with a good reputation for 50 years. His love for his career inspired his children to join him, and the firm he founded 40 years ago has become the law firm of McLane, McLane & McLane. Ted has always had a keen interest in history and is the former president of the Largo Historical Society and serves on the Largo Historical Preservation Board. In addition to his legal career, he wrote his first book, a historical fiction novel entitled Delay in Route. A podcast dedicated to business, legal, and community news from New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Life is never black and white. Legal problems can arise from many different life situations, and you need a lawyer you can trust. We believe that a lawyer who achieves the best results for his clients is a lawyer who not only has legal knowledge, but can also identify with other people.

Attorney Abbe McLane supports her clients through legal services that take a proactive approach to securing their future and avoiding future legal problems. With over 105 lawyers and 25 paralegals, our progressive approach and team allows us to work with all types of clients and offer tailored, cost-effective solutions. McLane Middleton has the depth and breadth of legal services and experience to help not-for-profit organizations solve a variety of problems unique to their associations. Our goal is to provide excellent legal work in order to achieve the best results for our clients. We use our passion for law to help our clients from the moment they join our firm to the conclusion of their case. McLane Middleton`s formative experience in providing legal services to manufacturing companies extends from our founding in 1919 to the representation of Amoskeag Manufacturing Company in Manchester, then the largest textile manufacturing plant in the world. Our corporate lawyers are among Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers, Chambers and Martindale-Hubbell and are highly experienced in handling difficult transactions and provide in-depth knowledge of all the legal needs of the company and its owner. Commercial litigation: Commercial litigation is at the heart of the firm`s work. The firm has received the highest honors in this field at Chambers USA since its first issue until today in New Hampshire. McLane Middleton`s litigators frequently appear in state and federal courts, and increasingly in jurisdictions outside of New England. Experience includes product liability defense, labor disputes and reflects a national reputation in environmental litigation. McLane Middleton`s lawyers also handle a wide range of contractual disputes, intellectual property claims, unfair competition and antitrust disputes, and corporate governance disputes.

Contact: Michael Delaney Energy & Utility: McLane Middleton has been providing legal services to energy clients for over 80 years. Lawyers have a wide range of skills and experience relevant to the energy sector. The firm serves its clients with an interdisciplinary approach in a range of areas, including utility regulation, site selection and licensing of energy assets, corporate and transaction work, project finance, procurement and construction, environmental compliance, and administrative disputes before various government agencies. Contact: Barry Needleman Trusts & Estates: The group is comprised of lawyers with experience in trust and estate planning, Medicaid planning, business unit selection and formation, commercial litigation, bankruptcy and family law. The firm has combined these areas of law because asset protection strategies and solutions vary greatly depending on each client`s personal and business circumstances, as well as the type of assets to be protected.