Prince Lobel, one of Boston’s leading law firms, announces it has named four new partners: Attorneys Anna Martignetti, Christopher Miller, Adrianne Ramos, and Brian Seeve.
Managing Partner Craig Tateronis notes, “Anna, Chris, Adrianne, and Brian have been recognized for their significant contributions to their respective practices and to the firm. We look forward to their continued success for many years to come.”
Anna M. Martignetti is a member of the Family Law practice at Prince Lobel. She focuses her practice exclusively on domestic and international family law matters. When Anna’s clients come to her under particularly difficult and stressful conditions, she listens closely to their goals and provides personal attention, dedicated advocacy, and true compassion for the complex issues unique to each family.
Christopher C. Miller is a member of the firm’s litigation and construction groups. He focuses his practice on complex business matters in the areas of construction, real estate, and general commercial law. A seasoned litigator, Chris has served as counsel for clients in a wide variety of matters, including construction claims, commercial disputes, condominium cases, and tort claims in multiparty, complex litigation in state and federal courts, as well as at mediations and arbitrations.
Adrianne Ramos is a domestic relations attorney who assists clients in all areas of family law. In more than 10 years of trial practice, Adrianne has litigated numerous highly contested matters including divorce, equitable distribution, custody, child support, and alimony, among others. In addition to her experience in the courtroom, Adrianne regularly employs all modes of alternative dispute resolution to help clients reach peaceful, expeditious resolutions.
Brian M. Seeve is a member of Prince Lobel’s Intellectual Property practice group. He represents clients in patent litigation and in post-grant proceedings before the USPTO, manages patent portfolios for major technology companies, and provides strategic IP counseling regarding technology transfer and licensing. Brian also advises technology firms regarding data privacy requirements in the U.S. and Europe arising under the GDPR.