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Orlans PC Expands Across U.S.


Linda and Alison Orlans

Recently, Linda and Alison Orlans launched Orlans PC, the second largest Women’s Business Enterprise National Council certified women-owned law firm in the U.S. Linda Orlans will serve as Executive Chair, and Alison Orlans will assume the role of President and CEO.

Orlans PC is a merger between Orlans Associates P.C. in Troy, Michigan; Orlans Moran PLLC in Waltham, Massachusetts; and Atlantic Law Group LLC in Leesburg, Virginia.

“The future goes to those prepared to change ahead of the times,” Linda Orlans said. “The legal world is changing and our mission is to be on the forefront and help affect that change for the better. This unified law firm represents a dramatic step forward in creating a more capable, more responsive and more efficient entity to serve a growing client base.”

Orlans PC hopes the combined teams and resources will allow the firm to enhance client service by refining processes, leveraging shared technology and increasing collaboration. Clients now have the benefit of national firm capabilities and resources with localized, face-to-face service.

Orlans PC provides legal services to local and national banks, credit unions, consumer loan finance companies, loan servicers, investors, government agencies, landlords, municipalities, utilities, title insurance companies and private individuals. It operates in eight jurisdictions including Washington, DC, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Virginia, and is headquartered in Troy, Michigan. The firm is certified by (WBENC), as women owned and operated.

“Legal expertise fused with lean six sigma principles has allowed us to build a different kind of firm, where our attorneys can perfect legal processes, collaborate, and focus on results,” said Alison Orlans. “This merger allows us to think more creatively–and more entrepreneurially–about the services, support and process we put in place for our clients.”

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a contributing writer for DS News. He is a Harding University graduate with a degree in English and a minor in writing, and has studied abroad in Athens, Greece. An East Texas native, he also works part-time as a photographer.

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