Corey MacDonald is the founder of MacDonald Law, PC, and Black Lion Services, PLLC. His unique blend of courtroom experience and boardroom savvy allows him to provide clients with multi-faceted counseling on highly complex legal issues, and to find solutions that may be outside of the options typically offered by transactional or litigation attorneys. MacDonald began his law practice in 2005 and is admitted to the bars of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Colorado, and the 1st Circuit Federal District Court.
MacDonald Law is a litigation practice focusing on all aspects of family law from divorce to post-divorce disputes involving parenting, custody, and support, in addition to providing representation in select criminal defense matters. His years as the Portsmouth, NH City Prosecutor & Detective handling hundreds of cases from misdemeanors to felonies through the Circuit Court level, together with his extensive experience as a civil litigator have served to provide a solid foundation for his team.
Black Lion Services, PLLC is a business law practice through which MacDonald and his team provide outside general counsel services to business and individual clients across the globe. These clients include high profile clients in sports and entertainment, as well as domestic and international supply chain operators of various industries to include footwear and medical testing. MacDonald serves as outside general counsel to USA Rugby Football Union, LTD, the National Governing Body (NGB) for rugby in the United States, as well as certain NFL players. Entertainment clients include serving as counsel and community coordinator for the Goonies House, LLC, from the famed 1985 classic movie.
Prior to practicing law full-time, MacDonald served for over 18 years in law enforcement, retiring early as the Deputy Chief of Police to run his growing law practice full-time. He attributes his successful career to an understanding of people, a keen ear for detail from years as an investigator, and an aggressive yet respectful approach to negotiation and litigation.
- New Hampshire
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire