Keddies Lawyers Redfern

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Jazz Ensemble
Redfern’s Spring 2019 Season, which runs through April 2019, includes a music residency and concert with Boston-based classical music ensemble Castle of Our Skins, highlighting works by black artists about black heritage in performances that merge music, history, dance and visual art; extraordinary family circus act Bindlestiff Family Cirkus; Keene State dance alumnus Alexander Davis ’14 performing new dance works and collaborations as Alexander Davis Dance; the return of the acclaimed U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus; and The Telling Project, an evening of powerful, revealing stories told by local veterans that foster understanding between civilians and veterans.
Jerry L. Redfern – Of Counsel
Mr. Redfern has 35 years of litigation experience, handling lawsuits from simple to complex issues in state and federal Courts. He concentrates his practice principally in the area of litigation, with experience involving general business and commercial issues, condemnation, and all areas of family law. Mr. Redfern also has experience handling various aspects of commercial and real estate transactions such as sales, leases, notes and guarantees, as well as estate planning, trusts, wills, and foundations.