There, he covered civil litigation related to data privacy, consumer protection, international arbitration, Native American law and the hospitality industry.
For his new role, Symons has joined global business advisory and strategic communications firm Laurel Strategies Inc.
Previously, he was a politics and housing reporter at The Keene Sentinel and freelanced as a fact-checker for the Boston Globe, where he fact-checked several articles for the Boston Globe Magazine, including a 2,800-word feature story on consumer scams.
Symons has a B.A. from Tufts University, where he held various posts at the student newspaper The Tufts Daily, including managing editor.
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