Rudman Winchell welcomes Attorney Chris Hatch to the firm.

By Rudman Winchell Attorney

Rudman Winchell is delighted to announce that attorney Chris Hatch has joined the firm.  Chris will practice in the firm’s Municipal and Real Estate sections with a concentration in Timberland and Forest practices work.

Chris comes to Rudman Winchell, from Tate Bywater in Vienna, Virginia, where his practice was a mix of transactional and litigation work representing businesses, non-profits, and individuals.  He has counseled clients in all aspects of real estate transactions and has represented clients in real estate-related litigation including partition, constructive trust, and breach of contract claims.

Chris graduated from Brigham Young University in 2006 with a degree in management and received a law degree from the University of Connecticut in 2009 where he was articles editor of the Connecticut Law Review.  His student note was published in Volume 41 of the journal.  While in law school, Chris was a judicial intern for United States Magistrate Judge Kenneth S. McHargh in the Northern District of Ohio.

Hatch has been admitted to practice in Maine and lives in Bangor.

“We are delighted to have Chris Hatch join the firm,” said Hans Peterson, Partner of Rudman Winchell.  “Chris brings with him a great skill set that we believe will serve our clients well now and into the future.”

Originally from Farmington Maine, Chris is “very happy to return to Maine and join Rudman Winchell.  I look forward to assisting our firm’s clients and becoming active in the greater Bangor community.”

Rudman Winchell is a full service law firm serving the people, businesses and communities of Maine. With our vast legal resources and almost 30 attorneys located in Bangor, we are a true strategic partner with the clients we serve.

For more information please contact:

Carin Sychterz/Manager of Business Development

(207) 992- 2300       csychterz@rudmanwinchell.com

 

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