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Tenn And Tenn, P.A. Welcomes Annmarie A. Tenn

The family-owned law firm of Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is growing with the addition of its newest attorney, Annmarie A. Tenn.  Tenn joins her siblings in one of the area’s top-ranked law firms and focuses her practice on business disputes, personal injury, and marital cases. Annmarie Tenn

Tenn And Tenn, P.A. has long been a family law firm  comprised of three attorneys – James Tenn, Jr., John Tenn, and Mary Elizabeth Tenn. “We’re thrilled to be expanding our family business,” said John Tenn, who is one of the firm’s founders. “We work hard to serve our clients and to help them achieve great results. Annmarie continues those efforts.”

Tenn is quick to emphasize that Annmarie joins the firm with top-notch experience. Annmarie graduated from Harvard Law School in 2003, where she served as the co-Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Women’s Law Journal.  She  served as a law clerk to the former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Annmarie also spent the better part of a decade working her way to a senior position in the litigation department of Ropes & Gray LLP in Boston, Massachusetts, a premier national law firm.

“Tenn And Tenn is a results-driven law firm, and Annmarie has an accomplished track record. She is an effective advocate for her clients.” Annmarie will be working on a variety of cases, sharing the cross-disciplinary focus of her siblings, but Tenn says her focus on commercial litigation and contract disputes is especially valuable. “Commercial disputes are often complex and can be costly if not handled properly,” he said. “Annmarie has substantial experience with these types of cases and has proven she can handle them efficiently and effectively, while helping her clients try to achieve their business goals.”

About Tenn and Tenn:
Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is a NH boutique litigation firm providing legal representation for clients involved in personal injury cases, drivers accused of DUI, and anyone struggling with a divorce.

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