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Nutter Serves as Legal Advisor in the Merger of CLASS and LifeLinks, Inc.

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07.10.2019 | Press Release

Nutter served as legal advisor in the merger of LifeLinks, Inc., a human services agency headquartered in Chelmsford, MA, and CLASS, a human services agency based in Lawrence, MA. The Nutter team was led by Melissa Sampson McMorrow and included Crescent Moran Chasteen and Erin Whitney.

The merged agency, LifeLinks d/b/a CLASS, provides support for people with disabilities, their families, and their caregivers by building pathways to the community and ensuring individuals live lives fully realized, so they can thrive through engagement in the community where they work and live. The organization serves or touches the lives of over 900 individuals and has over 500 staff. The merger became effective on July 1, 2019. Please click for more information about the transaction.

Nutter’s Tax Department provides a full range of income tax, estate tax, employee benefits, and tax dispute services to a broad array of domestic and multinational corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, tax-exempt organizations, and individuals. The firm’s attorneys regularly advise on business entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, financings, real estate entities, tax-exempt organizations, investment companies, tax planning, employee benefits and ERISA, and state and local tax matters.

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