Press Release: “John Nossiff to Establish New Law office On Beacon Hill, Boston”

Andover, Massachusetts – John Nossiff announced plans to establish a second law office on Beacon Hill, in Boston Massachusetts. Mr. Nossiff expects the office to be located on Charles Street in Boston. This office will be in addition to the firm’s office located in Andover Massachusetts. Mr. Nossiff is establishing this office in order to better serve Boston-based clients.

John Nossiff has more than 25 years of legal experience and is the managing partner and founder of the Nossiff Law Firm LLP.  Prior to founding the firm, Mr. Nossiff was an equity partner at a large international law firm, where he practiced for approximately 15 years.  Mr. Nossiff established The Nossiff Law Firm with a vision to provide clients with cost effective, highly personalized and expert legal counsel.  The Firm delivers large firm expertise, on a more efficient basis. Prior to the commencement of his law career, Mr. Nossiff spent several years in public accounting, including at Arthur Young & Company (now EY)

The Nossiff Law Firm concentrates in corporate and securities law, including new business organization, commercial contracts, corporate finance, SEC compliance and reporting, public and private equity and debt offerings, and mergers and acquisitions (including reverse acquisitions).  The firm also assist clients in resolving commercial disputes on a cost-effective basis, often avoiding costly litigation.


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