New attorneys will join the Litigation, Media and First Amendment, and Domestic Relations Practice Groups
Prince Lobel is pleased to announce the addition of three new associates: litigator Adam C. Ponte, Media and Intellectual Property attorney Amy Rubin, and Domestic Relations attorney Brittany M. Rehmer.
A trial lawyer, Adam Ponte specializes in risk management and litigation of business and employment matters, construction disputes, and real estate transactions. He has represented both trustees and beneficiaries in Massachusetts probate and family courts. In his construction practice, he negotiates agreements and litigates on behalf of developers, owners, and contractors. Ponte has won a number of significant cases for his clients, including the successful defense of a trustee after an eight-day Superior Court trial.
“Adam is a talented litigator,” said Prince Lobel’s Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis. “His versatility will make him an asset to the firm and to our clients with litigation matters that arise out of our trust and estates, real estate and construction, business, and employment practice areas.”
Amy Rubin joins the Media and First Amendment Law Practice Group. A transactional lawyer, Rubin concentrates her practice on content licensing, advertising and promotions, trademark and copyright protection, social media and online law, and the negotiation and drafting of a wide range of business contracts. She previously worked at TripAdvisor LLC, where, among other activities, she participated in a presentation to the Federal Communications Commission about robocalls and related scams, triggering an investigation that led to the largest fine the FCC has ever issued.
“Amy is a first-rate transactional attorney with experience in a number of different domains,” said Tateronis. “Her ability to understand a company’s brand and how to license, maintain, and protect it will make her invaluable to our clients.”
Brittany Rehmer is a domestic relations attorney who has worked on a span of family law issues, including divorce, alimony, asset division, custody, visitation, child support, and restraining orders. She has a litigation background and considerable familiarity representing clients in probate court.
“Brittany’s background in both family law and probate litigation will make her a valuable addition to our firm’s strong domestic relations practice,” said Tateronis.