FOR PEOPLE WHO MOVE ACROSS BOUNDARIES

Frederick, Quinlan & Tupper offers comprehensive services in the areas of U.S. domestic law and computer technology. Our attorneys and team allies are a dynamic group of individuals with a broad range of prior experience in graphic design, software development, business and technical consulting, biomedical research, construction, linguistics, and the practice of law. Our diverse skill set allows us to help clients achieve their personal and business objectives and transcend all types of geographic, disciplinary, business, and legal boundaries. We are pleased to offer our clients the following services:

  • Business Law and Consulting
  • Organizational Development Consulting
  • Process Improvement
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Estate Planning
  • Family Law
  • Criminal Defense
  • Computer Forensics
  • Technical Consulting

Domestic Law

We offer traditional legal services in the United States, ranging from complex business transactions to family law and from estate planning to criminal defense.  Combining our legal knowledge with prior experience in a variety of fields including business management, forensics, software development, and aviation, we are able to develop holistic and creative solutions for our clients.

Technology Services

We offer expert knowledge on the intersection between law and technology. Our attorneys have expert knowledge in computer forensics, software development, and information technology project management.

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A Letter From The F.A.A.? Call An Attorney.

A friend called me up the other day, because he had received a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration. Yikes. The letter started out scary: “Personnel from this office are investigating a complaint of a low-flying aircraft . . .”, and gave some specifics about the alleged incident. The meat of the letter included an . . .

David Packard to Present at MSBA Summer Meeting

Attorney David Packard will be presenting at the Maine State Bar Association Summer Meeting as part of a panel titled Mobile Device Forensics.  As a Cellebrite Certified Physical Examiner, David can extract data from a mobile device through a forensically sound process, making the device’s contents more easily searchable and exportable in a format that . . .