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Stephen Doucette

Stephen Doucette graduated from Suffolk University and Suffolk University Law School.  After serving four years in the United States Navy as a member of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Steve returned to Massachusetts and worked in Boston defending major corporations such as General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Amtrak and Conrail.  In 1989 Steve joined Massachusetts Electric Company’s in-house legal staff and represented the company in hundreds of serious personal injury and property damage lawsuits. He was the lead attorney on numerous electrical contact accidents, wrongful death lawsuits and large property damage claims.  In addition to the litigation matters, he represented Massachusetts Electric in its energy theft claims, OSHA matters and was the responsible attorney for prosecuting and defending DigSafe related property damage claims.  Since 1989 Steve has been one of Massachusetts’ leading attorneys in the electric utility industry.

Steve continues to represent National Grid in a variety of legal matters.  Steve also represents numerous municipal electric departments in Massachusetts on a variety of matters.  Steve provides general legal advice on customer service matters, operational issues, easements, labor issues and general litigation support services.

Steve has over 30 years of experience trying cases before juries and judges.  He continues to provide general civil litigation services for clients throughout central Massachusetts.  Steve uses his extensive experience from representing large corporations to get the best results for his clients.

Courtney Ross Escobar

Courtney Ross Escobar is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and New England Law Boston. Prior to becoming an attorney, Courtney spent eight years at Public Consulting Group, Inc. as a compliance and operations management consultant for state and local governments. In 2010, Courtney established her own business law practice focused on assisting entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses with legal needs from conception to compliance. In 2016, Courtney merged her Ross Escobar Group practice with Doucette & LaRose where she continues to provide small to medium sized businesses with legal counseling and operations support. Additionally, Courtney is an experienced family law and estate planning practitioner. She has represented clients in divorce matters in court, as well as assisted clients in mediating separation agreements including child custody issues and parenting plan development. As a certified Limited Assistance Attorney (LAR), Courtney offers flexible representation agreements when appropriate for clients. Courtney is active in her community and currently serves as a Member on the Worcester Historical Commission, and on the Advisory Board to the Worcester County Commission on the Status of Women.

Courtney is admitted to the Bar in Massachusetts and New York.