Job Details

Corporate/commercial Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

May 12, 2021

Valid Through

Aug 25, 2021

Posted on

Mar 23, 2016

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required


Lebanon, NH, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - M&A
Corporate >> Corporate - Private Equity
Corporate >> Corporate - Venture Capital
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Corporate/Commercial Attorney
The candidate will be active in the New Hampshire business and civic community and be committed to growing DRM’s regional presence. The candidate should be an experienced corporate/commercial attorney. Should be licensed to practice in New Hampshire, have a portable book of business with compatible clients and have 10+ years of experience in corporate/commercial law. Relevant experience would include the formation of corporations, limited liability companies and other business organizations, commercial loan transactions, equity financings (including private equity and venture capital) and mergers and acquisitions (including sales of stock and assets, management buyouts, recapitalizations and reorganizations). Experience with ESOPs, B-corps or other focused practices would be highly valued.

Company info

Kimberly M. Butler
Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.
8 South Park Street
P.O. Box 191,
Lebanon, NH 03766
Phone: 603-448-2211
Fax: 603-448-9967


"Open environment but restrictive advancement path"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

A lot of work is needed to manage a suitable work life balance. Management should promote work-life balance and should treat everyone fairly instead of playing favoritism.

Pros : The firm has very open team environment and great work life balance. The firm has good and friendly environment considering its small to medium size. I really like the knowledge base and experience of some of the attorneys here.
Cons : The worst part is restrictive advancement path for new attorneys and small unbalanced team structure. I have also spent here long frustrated hours without any direction or definition from upper management.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee