Philadelphia, PA, May 10, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Nissenbaum Law Group, LLC announces the opening its new office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “The addition of the Philadelphia office will strengthen the firm’s ability to meet the increasingly multi-state needs of its clients,” said Gary D. Nissenbaum, Esq., the managing principal of the firm. The opening of the Pennsylvania office follows on the heels of the highly successful 2005 launch of its New York office at 140 Broadway in the Wall Street area. The firm also continues to maintain its Union, New Jersey office which was opened in 1997.
The new office is located at 1500 Market Street. Laura J. Freedman, Esq., a principal of the firm, noted that the opening of the Philadelphia office was “imperative, given that we were contacted by so many Pennsylvania residents seeking our legal advice. It just made sound business sense to expand into that market. We envision that this will not only broaden our offerings in commercial law, but also our thriving Internet and sports and entertainment law practices.”
The principal overseeing the Pennsylvania practice will be the head of the firm’s litigation department, Gavin I. Handwerker, Esq. “Much of the litigation we handle involves federal court cases. Most people do not realize that New Jersey and Pennsylvania are both located in the same Federal Circuit. I see this as a seamless expansion of our firm’s litigation offerings, as well.”
“We’re thrilled with this new expansion,” added Mr. Nissenbaum. “Having a presence in three states is an integral part of our strategy to solidify our position as a significant player in the legal market of the northeast corridor.”
About The Nissenbaum Law Group
The Nissenbaum Law Group provides a wide breadth of experience and knowledge to its commercial clients — from large, nationally-recognized companies to small, entrepreneurial start-ups — across a wide range of industries.
The firm’s practice spans the following areas:
• Complex Commercial Litigation
• Commercial Contracts and Transactional Matters
• Commercial Real Estate
• Entertainment & Sports Law
• Internet Law
• Intellectual Property
• Regulatory Matters
• Small Business & Entrepreneurs
• Construction Law
• Health Law
• Environmental Law
• Employment Law
• International Law
• Public Interest
• Attorney Ethics
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Gary Nissenbaum, Esq., please call 908.686.8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.