United States: McLane Law Firm Adds Eric Major As Network Systems Engineer
Last Updated: April 4 2014

April 3, 2014, Manchester, New Hampshire and Woburn, Massachusetts– The McLane Law Firm with four offices in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Concord, New Hampshire, as well as Woburn, Massachusetts, is pleased to welcome Eric Major to the firm.

In his role as network systems engineer, Eric supports all four of McLane's offices managing all technologies and solutions for servers, LAN, WAN, security, backup, recovery and retention planning and other peripheral systems pertaining to those. He is involved in server design, implementation, and support as well.

Eric earned his degree in Computer Information Technology from Southern NH University and previously worked for CNS-Partners as well as Blue Seal Feeds/Kent Nutrition Group, formerly Muscatine Foods Corporation, before joining the firm.

Eric is a resident of Bedford, New Hampshire and can be reached at (603) 628-1383.  

About the McLane Law Firm

Founded in 1919, the McLane Law Firm is one of New England's premier full-service law firms with offices in Manchester, Concord and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Woburn, Massachusetts.  Driven by the firm's depth of sophisticated legal expertise and an unwavering commitment to client service, McLane has built collaborative and lasting relationships with a broad spectrum of domestic and international clients.  www.mclane.com

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