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June 17, 2024

Pullman & Comley moves into upgraded office in Springfield, Mass.

PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED Lee Hoffman is the longtime chair of Pullman & Comley's real estate, energy, environmental and land use department.

Law firm Pullman & Comley, headquartered in Bridgeport, has moved its office in Springfield, Massachusetts into a downtown office building.

On June 11, Pullman & Comley had a ribbon cutting and reception to celebrate the opening of its new office, on the ninth floor of Tower Square at 1500 Main St.

The office includes new videoconferencing capabilities that connect with conference rooms in other Pullman & Comley offices.

Pullman & Comley opened its original Springfield office, the firm’s first in Massachusetts, in 2019.

Lee Hoffman, chair of the firm, said the purpose of the move is to update the facilities to "bring them in line with what our clients expect from a 21st Century law office." Also, he said the firm wanted to "renew our commitment to being present in downtown Springfield."

The firm is interviewing attorneys as it looks to expand its Springfield office.

"We intentionally took on space that had 'room to grow' for that purpose," Hoffman said.

Pullman & Comley has several well-known local attorneys located in the Springfield office including business, real estate and litigation attorney James Martin, who is recognized as a leading automotive franchise attorney throughout New England. 

Also, Laura Bellotti Cardillo, vice chair of the firm’s property tax and valuation practice, has helped grow the firm’s Springfield office.

Other Pullman attorneys working in Massachusetts include Megan Carannante, Joshua Hawks-Ladds, Brion Kirsch, Frederic Klein and Tabitha Ayer. 

The focus of the Springfield office will continue to be business and finance, real estate, property tax and valuation, labor and employment law and litigation. 

Pullman has Connecticut offices in Hartford, Bridgeport, Waterbury and Westport, in addition to Wakefield, Rhode Island and White Plains, New York.

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