Hahn Loeser & Parks is moving to a larger office in downtown Fort Myers.
FORT MYERS — Cleveland-based law firm Hahn Loeser & Parks plans to more than double the ranks of its attorneys in Fort Myers when it moves into a new location in April.
The firm says the move to 2400 First St. in downtown Fort Myers will allow it to boost its ranks to 10 attorneys in this city from four currently, plus support staff.
“We are excited to be in a position to hire during this time of economic recovery,” says Jeanne Seewald, Southwest Florida offices managing partner, in a statement. “These expanded offices provide us with a means to draw on the talent within the community to provide a greater opportunity for service.”
Hahn Loeser, headquartered in Cleveland since 1920, has had a Southwest Florida presence since 2003 with offices in Naples. Since 2008, the Fort Myers office has been located in the historic Chadwick House on East First Street. The firm provides a range of legal services, including commercial litigation, corporate and intellectual law.
You can read about Midwest firms expanding to the Southwest Florida region in a recent Business Observer article.