Christine Dieter and Robin Main Join the EBC Rhode Island Chapter

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Christine Dieter and Robin Main of Hinckley Allen will be joining the EBC Rhode Island Chapter. Christine and Robin look forward to contributing their industry knowledge to the Rhode Island Chapter as members of the Leadership Team.

Christine E. Dieter, Associate
Hinckley Allen
100 Westminster Street, Suite 1500, Providence, RI 02903
401.457.5388  //  [email protected]

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Christine works with employers on a broad spectrum of matters, including discrimination claims under Title VII, the ADA, FMLA, and their state counterparts, wage and hour issues, and non-competition/solicitation disputes. She has experience litigating in state and federal courts and before administrative bodies. Christine has achieved early dismissals of matters before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and assisted clients in reaching mediated resolutions. She advises employers on employee policies and handbooks, compliance with the many federal and state laws affecting employers, and on personnel decisions. Christine is experienced with all stages of complex commercial litigation, including pre-litigation dispute resolution, motion practice, summary judgment, mediation, trial, and appellate practice. She enjoys developing creative solutions to complex legal problems. By doing so, she has used the tools of litigation to help clients address their business imperatives..

Robin L. Main, Partner
Hinckley Allen
100 Westminster Street, Suite 1500, Providence, RI 02903
401.457.5278  //  [email protected]

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Robin is Co Chair of the firm’s Environmental and Energy Practice Groups with over 30 years of experience in advising clients on regulatory and permitting matters. Robin represents clients in proceedings before administrative agencies in addition to state and federal courts. Robin has handled some of the most complex and significant environmental and energy matters in the region including permitting for the first offshore wind farm in the United States, the largest tort suit for groundwater contamination in Rhode Island, and the redevelopment of many acres of contaminated land for the construction of a national bank’s headquarters. Robin also works on permitting for large renewable energy projects, including wind farms and solar facilities. Robin’s experience in transactional and litigation matters, as well as her training as a mediator, provides her clients with unique guidance to solve their issues efficiently and creatively.

Robin serves on Hinckley Allen’s Executive Committee. She also is a fellow in the American College of Environmental Lawyers.