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Location New York - New York City
Job ID 0S8F209678
Litigation - Real Estate
This boutique litigation and trial law firm has offices in New York and New Jersey. There are over 15 attorneys at the firm working in the areas of class actions, construction, commercial litigation, appellate, product liability, insurance, property damage and subrogation, risk identification and mitigation counseling, specialty and catastrophic tort and alternative dispute resolution. The clientele of the firm is very vast and consists of small, mid size, and large companies.
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125 Park Avenue, 25th floorNew York,New York 10017
Phone (212) 232-0277
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