HRW Proudly Welcomes Bernard D. Posner

By Magdalen Teodecki   June 29, 2022

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is thrilled to announce that Bernard D. Posner has joined the HRW Team as Senior Counsel!

HRW’s newest attorney, Bernard Posner, is a senior litigator with nearly 20 years of trial experience. Bernard has significant experience litigating and resolving disputes for his clients in complex business and employment matters, large construction and surety disputes, and appeals in both federal and state courts. He is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of every client and providing practical advice and guidance to solve their issues. Bernard strives to obtain effective and efficient results for his clients and minimize the disruption litigation can cause. Learn more about Bernard here:


Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is a premier litigation, employment, and labor law firm located in Boston, where it has been recognized with Tier 1 Rankings in each of those areas by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. HRW proudly represents a wide range of respected businesses and institutions, including Fortune 500 companies, major colleges and universities, esteemed non-profit institutions, and cutting-edge high-tech companies. Click here to learn more about the entire HRW Team.


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