Rudman Winchell Announces Name Change and Launches New Website

By Rudman Winchell Attorney

Rudman & Winchell Counselors at Law in Bangor, Maine is pleased to announce the rebranding of the law firm. The ninety four year old firm will now be known as Rudman Winchell Counselors at Law. Our new name positions us for the future while our historic commitment to our clients remains unchanged.

The firm also announces the launch of an enhanced internet presence at RudmanWinchell.com. It is our goal to use this site to provide existing and prospective clients with the latest legal news and information, attorney biographies, as well as ease of access to our team.  Both the website and the rebranding are the results of months of research, strategic planning, and development by employees as well as the firm’s consultants at Stackpole & Partners in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

Throughout the years, the firm’s name has changed several times. Rudman Winchell was founded in 1917 by Abraham M. Rudman.  In 1965, Abraham Rudman was appointed to the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. That same year attorney Gene Carter joined Gerald and Paul Rudman at the firm, and the practice’s name changed to Rudman, Rudman & Carter.

In 1977, the firm became Rudman, Winchell, Carter & Buckley when it merged with another established Bangor law firm, Winchell & Buckley. In 1980, the firm became known as Rudman & Winchell. This remained the firm’s name for more than three decades until the title was streamlined to Rudman Winchell this month.

 

 With 32 attorneys specializing in various fields of practice,

Rudman Winchell is one of Maine’s oldest and largest full service law firms.

 

 

For more information please contact:

Jeff Solari/Manager of Business Development

(207) 992-2628        jsolari@rudmanwinchell.com

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