We’re Moving! Prince Lobel Relocation News

Prince Lobel Tye LLP proudly announces its move to One International Place in Boston. The firm will relocate from its home (since 2006) at 100 Cambridge Street.

The move, which was prompted by the shifting office rental market in Boston, will allow Prince Lobel to retain its core values and reaffirm its commitment to expertly serving client needs. The new location is being designed with the goal of fostering a more collaborative and connected work environment.

Prince Lobel plans to transition to its updated space in 2016. Its attorneys will continue to serve the firm’s diverse array of clients in a wide variety of practice areas and industries, including corporate, construction, domestic relations, data security and privacy, employment, environmental, estate planning, health care, intellectual property, insurance/reinsurance, litigation, media and First Amendment, real estate, social media, nanotechnology, renewable energy, telecommunications, and copyright, trademark and intellectual property.

Prince Lobel Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis stressed that the firm will retain the value, quality and efficiency its clients have come to expect. “Our new location will only enhance client service and the firm’s commitment to being an active member of its community,” said Tateronis. “Our space has always been a vital connection point with our clients, employees and visitors. Especially now, with law firm space design rapidly evolving, we are excited to design a new home that is on the cutting edge of innovation within our profession and reflects the unique energy and culture of our firm.”

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