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Mr. Blank decided to pursue a more fulfilling career, and shifted his practice to the exclusive representation of individual plaintiffs against insurance companies and corporations. Since transitioning...
Mr. Fox is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as...
In 1996, Ed came to Chicago, his original hometown, and began practicing here. In 1999, he started his firm, Ed Fox & Associates, Ltd. with one other lawyer.
Ed's work philosophy is to litigate his cases...
Prior to joining the family lawyers at Petrelli Law, Matthew worked at his own private practice at The Law Office of Matthew F. Fox, P.C. Before forming his own practice, Mr. Fox was a partner at a prominent Pennsylvania law firm.
Matthew has been recognized by his peers for his outstanding legal work on several occasions....
He is a current Master of the Bench of the Hamilton Burnett American Inn of Court in Knoxville. He is one of approximately 100 Tennessee lawyers selected for membership by the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). In 2011 he received the Paladin Award for East Tennessee from the Tennessee Trial Lawyers...
Albany Law School and Union College
Prior to joining McNamee Lochner P.C., Larry spent eight years as an Assistant Attorney General in the Contract Litigation Unit...
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