Drummond Woodsum named five new shareholders: Adrianne Fouts, Rodney Lake, Laurel McClead, Keriann Roman and Christopher Stevenson.

777582_202190-Adrianne-FoutsFouts joined the firm in 2012 and is a member of its trial services group. She works primarily in the area of commercial litigation, representing clients in both federal and state trial and appellate courts. She also advises the firm’s higher education clients with respect to student affairs and Title IX compliance issues.


777582_202190-Rodney-LakeLake is a tax and business lawyer, who represents businesses and owners in transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, financings, restructurings and dispositions, as well as in tax controversies before taxing authorities.



777582_202190-Laurel-McCleadMcClead is a member of the firm’s labor and employment group. She counsels public and private employers on compliance with state and federal employment laws.



777582_202190-Keriann-RomanRoman joined the firm in 2012 and practices in the firm’s municipal and trial services groups. She works with numerous municipalities on a variety of issues including land use matters, municipal finance, tax abatements, town warrants and employment matters.



777582_202190-Christopher-StevensoStevenson joined the firm in 2008 and practices with the firm’s business services and public sector groups. He specializes in the areas of tax and employee benefits law.



Drummond Woodsum also launched a new consulting business, Drummond Woodsum Strategic Consulting.
Toby McGrath, former deputy chief of staff for U.S. Sen. Angus King, was named managing director of DWSC.
McGrath brings 15 years of experience in the legislative and electoral process to assist clients in achieving their legislative, organizational, public policy and electoral goals.
The business offers services including government affairs, organizational development, grassroots organizing and campaigns.