Case Studies

AP&S Guides Narragansett Bay Commission through Major Wind Turbine Deal

The Challenge: As a quasi-public corporation charged with operating the largest wastewater treatment project in the state, the Narragansett Bay Commission… Read More

AP&S Guides Clients Through Successful Development of the Largest Solar Energy Project in the Region

Using their skills across a number of legal disciplines, AP&S attorneys guided and counseled their developer clients through the process of… Read More

AP&S Guides Paris-Based Multinational Through Complex Acquisition

Paris-based multinational Ingenico Group [Euronext: ING] is the global leader in the payments industry. Offering merchants smart, trusted and secure solutions… Read More

AP&S Defends State of Rhode Island in High-Stakes Pension Litigation

The Challenge: Since 2010, AP&S has represented Rhode Island’s Governor, General Treasurer and Employees’ Retirement System in defense of constitutional challenges… Read More

AP&S Litigation Team Guides Gourmet Food Company to Recovery of Lost Revenues

The Challenge: In January 2010, gourmet food and cured meat company Daniele, Inc. purchased contaminated pepper from two different spice companies… Read More

AP&S Attorneys Successfully Represent International Precious Metals Consignor in Multinational, Multi-Million Dollar Litigation

The Challenge: AP&S attorney Stephen Geanacopoulos represented the world’s largest supplier of precious metals milled products to the jewelry industry (the… Read More

AP&S Represents Wells Fargo Bank in Successful Financing of 17 Hotel Portfolio

The Challenge: Drawing upon skill sets from a variety of practice areas, AP&S attorneys guided and counseled Wells Fargo Bank through… Read More

AP&S Successfully Defends Client in Longest Jury Trial in Rhode Island History and on Appeal in Landmark Lead Pigment Public Nuisance Case

In State v. Lead Industries Association, 951 A.2d 428 (R.I. 2008), AP&S attorneys successfully defended Atlantic Richfield Company in the longest… Read More

AP&S Successfully Defends Charitable Organizations in $60 Million Litigation

In Dauray v. Mee, 109 A.3d 832 (R.I. 2015), a case that has significant implications for Rhode Island non-profits and charitable… Read More

AP&S Helps Employer Resume Its Business, Secure Favorable Collective Bargaining Agreement and Eventually Become Union-Free

The Challenge: When a steel fabricator shut down its operations for more than 18 months due to its inability to negotiate… Read More

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