Butler Tibbetts Announces New Partner Promotions in Key Service Areas

(DARIEN, March 9, 2021) — Butler Tibbetts, a leading law firm known for guiding clients through their most vulnerable moments in business and in life, today announced that two of its most valued lawyers have been promoted to partner. The new partners, Meredith McBride and Tommy Noonan, bolster the firm’s well-rounded and agile litigation practice with extensive experience serving both businesses and individuals. The announcement underscores the firm’s commitment to clients, as they seek creative solutions and begin to emerge from the pandemic to address change and plan for growth.

“We are delighted to welcome Meredith and Tommy to our partnership team,” said Butler Tibbetts Managing Partner, Tim Butler. “Our firm is evolving to meet the changing needs and expectations of our clients. Meredith and Tommy reflect the expertise and flexibility we are known for and will continue to play a pivotal role in how we deliver value for our clients.”

Meredith McBride 

Meredith McBride is a trusted counselor, fierce litigator, and integral member of the Butler Tibbetts team. Focused on personal connection, she handles a variety of marital and family law matters, including divorce and alternative dispute resolution, both of which are on the rise during the pandemic, bringing a host of new challenges and considerations to the fore. She also has extensive experience representing clients in the healthcare and managed care industries.

Tommy Noonan 

Tommy Noonan is a resourceful and versatile lawyer with a wide array of litigation experience. He represents individuals and businesses at both the trial and appellate levels, deploying creative and effective strategies customized to meet unique client needs – from negotiations and mediation to litigation and trials. Tommy handles complex cases involving a broad range of sectors and scenarios, focused primarily in the areas of healthcare and managed care, civil and commercial, construction, corporate, personal injury, and probate.


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