McLane Middleton is pleased to announce that Bruce W. Felmly was recently presented with the firm’s first ever Client Service Lifetime Achievement Award during its annual Colleague Recognition Reception.
Bruce recently stepped down as chair of the firm’s Client Service Committee – a role he held for 30+ years.
“Bruce is a longstanding, relentless champion for exceptional client service,” said Barry Needleman, the firm’s managing director, during the award presentation. “He has compelled us all to elevate how we think about and approach client service.”
Bruce is a trial lawyer with over forty years of experience. He has tried many cases in state and federal courts to both juries and judges. He is a former President of the New Hampshire Bar Association, and is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers where he served on the National Board of Regents from 2006-2010. His practice involves representing companies and individuals in trial in a wide range of commercial disputes including: employment matters, anti-trust, trade secret and patent litigation, construction, environmental, insurance recovery, real estate and other business disputes. Bruce is also recognized as a leading trial lawyer in substantial personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, with representation of both plaintiffs and defendants. He is a trained and experienced mediator with extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution.
Bruce can be reached in the firm’s Manchester office at (603) 628-1448 or [email protected].
The firm congratulates Bruce and thanks him for his commitment to promoting a culture focused on providing exceptional client service.