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AP&S Welcomes William Dolan and Nick Nybo to Our Litigation Group

Bill Dolan is a trial attorney practicing in commercial litigation, professional ethics and malpractice, bankruptcy, and construction law.  His clients include state and governmental agencies, major cities and towns, Fortune 500 companies, hedge funds, national retail chains, and others.

Bill’s best known work includes leading groundbreaking class action pension reform litigation in Rhode Island, and obtaining multi-million dollar jury and bench verdicts in state and federal courts throughout the region.  His efforts have been central to important cases involving governmental entities, tobacco companies, construction firms, national retailers, and financial institutions.

Before joining AP&S Bill practiced at Donoghue, Barrett & Singal and prior to that was an associate and partner for 25 years at Brown Rudnick LLP where he served as Managing Director of Litigation, General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer.

Nick Nybo is a commercial trial and appellate litigator licensed to practice law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut.  Nick has experience with private and public contract disputes, state and federal court receiverships, municipal pension litigation, election law disputes and constitutional tort litigation.  His professional interests include employment law, specifically first amendment and whistleblower litigation.

Prior to joining AP&S, Nick was an associate at Donoghue Barrett and Singal.  He also served as a judicial law clerk to the superior court judges of Connecticut where he assisted those judges in deciding pretrial dispositive motions.  Nick interned with the Honorable Francis X. Flaherty, Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. He also interned with the Civil Division of the Office of the Attorney General of Rhode Island.  While in law school, Nick was an active member of the school’s moot court program and served as an articles editor on the Roger Williams Law Review.

 

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