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Paul Lannon

Holland & Knight LLP

Boston, MA, USA


Paul G. Lannon, Jr. is a partner in the Litigation Section and a member of the firm’s national Labor, Employment, and Benefits practices, Education and Energy practices, and is Chair of the Non-Competition, Trade Secrets, and Employee Defection team. Mr. Lannon represents public and private companies in complex civil litigation, counsels businesses on asset protection and workplace issues, and advocates for management in employment disputes. Mr. Lannon devotes a large part of his practice to advising private educational institutions on a broad range of matters, including tenure disputes, campus security, student safety and discipline, policies and handbooks, Title IV compliance, governance, contracts, regulatory issues, and preventative training. He acts as general outside counsel to several colleges and secondary schools. He also represents educational institutions in state and federal courts and before the U.S. Department of Education and other administrative agencies. Mr. Lannon is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys, a Steering Committee member and former co-chair of the Boston Bar Association Section on College and University Law, a former editor of the Journal of College and University Law, and a current member of the Editorial Board for the Boston Bar Journal. United Educators named Mr. Lannon a select counsel for the defense of secondary and postsecondary institutions. He has written and presented widely on education issues. Mr. Lannon has been honored in education law as one of the Best Lawyers in America, Boston’s Best Lawyers, Massachusetts Super Lawyers, and Who’s Who. Mr. Lannon clerked for the Honorable Joseph R. Nolan, Associate Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (1992-93).
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Answer Book Chapters  Answer Book Chapters Institutions of Higher Education - Corporate Compliance Answer Book (2018 Edition), Friday, September 22, 2017
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