Institutional & Corporate Counseling


Sloane and Walsh, has a client list that reads like a who’s who of prominent East Coast and national businesses. Not only does it include most major insurance companies, but widely known organizations like the National Football League (NFL) and the Archdiocese of Boston, as well as many prominent hospitals and institutions. These are returning clients that come to us not only for assistance with insurance issues, but for general corporate law guidance as well. Our Boston institutional and corporate counseling attorneys assist with many legal issues our clients are struggling with. Our attorneys also serve in General Counsel roles for many organizations and corporate departments.

Comprehensive Business Law Representation For Major Corporations
We provide counseling to businesses in a host of legal issues, from guidance in handling internal disciplinary actions to negotiating contracts with outside vendors. From the contractual to the transactional and beyond, we make certain that the guidance we provide is customized based on the specific needs of the business.
Of course, we are known for our ability to handle litigation and defend our clients against legal actions of all types. When our clients are the target of lawsuits, our lawyers mobilize quickly to ensure that any risk or damage to our clients’ businesses is minimized.

National Counsel for Institutions and Corporations
From our main office in Boston, Massachusetts, Sloane and Walsh, serves as counsel for institutions and corporations, including businesses, hospitals, religious organizations and professional sports leagues. We assist our clients with health information privacy issues including matters involving compliance with HIPAA, HITECH and other privacy laws. Our lawyers help our clients to proactively manage data privacy and security issues and devise comprehensive policies and procedures to mitigate risks. We also provide guidance in privacy issues relating to the creation, use, and management of health information technologies such as electronic health records. We also defend clients in claims arising out of unauthorized uses or disclosures of confidential information.